The Electric Charge Stored in a RC Circuit Calculator will calculate the:
Calculator Settings: Medium is considered as uniform; the conducting wires used for the circuit and resistor is considered at the same thickness everywhere.
|The Actual charge stored in the capacitor plates during the charging process is C [Coulomb]|
|The Actual charge stored in the plates of capacitor when discharging it is C [Coulomb]|
|The electric charge stored at any instant during the charging of capacitor through a resistor in a RC circuit calculation|
|Q1 = Q0 × 1 - e - t/R × C|
Q1 = × 1 - e - / ×
Q1 = × 1 - e - /
Q1 = × 1 - e
Q1 = × 1 -
|The electric charge stored in the capacitor plates at any instant during the discharging of capacitor through a resistor in a RC circuit calculation|
|Q2 = Q0 × e - t/R × C|
Q2 = × e - / ×
Q2 = × e - /
Q2 = × e
Q2 = ×
|Electric Charge Stored In A Rc Circuit Calculator Input Values|
|Initial charge stored in the capacitor plates (Q0) V [Volt]|
|Resistance of the resistor (R) Ω [Ohm]|
|Capacitance of capacitor (C) F [Farad]|
|Time elapsed (t) s [second]|
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