# Achieving High Value LC Circuits: What's Possible?

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Hello all

I want to ask you immportant question ...

Can we get High value of LC . i mean A x 10^(-45)

and if we get it where we can use it ? i mean type of circute .

thank you so much

10(^-45) is a very small quantity, not a High one. Is it a typo?

A large L would be in the range of 1 Henry, and a large capacitor would be in the range of 1 Farad.

Super-big values like used in capacitor banks for high power lasers and in large fusion magnets would be much higher. What do you want a high LC value for?

Hello bro

10(^-45) is a very small quantity, not a High one. Is it a typo?

A large L would be in the range of 1 Henry, and a large capacitor would be in the range of 1 Farad.

Super-big values like used in capacitor banks for high power lasers and in large fusion magnets would be much higher. What do you want a high LC value for?

I'm so sorry to some wrong but i was meaning

this facts :

i try to obtaind a LC = A x 10^(-78)

cuz i need it to make balance to produce H2 from H2O by Waves thank you so much .

Well, 10^(-78) is even smaller than your original 10^(-45).

Can you please tell us more about what you are trying to do? And please put units on your L and C and A variables. I want to help you, but so far your request for information makes no sense to me.

Hello

Well, 10^(-78) is even smaller than your original 10^(-45).

Can you please tell us more about what you are trying to do? And please put units on your L and C and A variables. I want to help you, but so far your request for information makes no sense to me.

mm so sory bro about wrong i mean

L C ( Inductor and capasitor ) = A x 10^(-78) .

Cuz i need it to make balance to produce H2 from H2O by waves .

thank you so much .

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What's A, and what are its units? And by 10^(-78), do you really mean $$10^{-78}$$ ?

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What's A, and what are its units? And by 10^(-78), do you really mean $$10^{-78}$$ ?

look you know frecuancy = 1/( 2 byi (LC)^1/2)

in resonance circute .

A its any number and its unit Henri . Farad