Tolerate my ignorance wise ones. I'm trying to get a simple common sense explanation to figure out how much current I can get from a capacitor bank and for how long. I read that 1 Farad is 1 Ampere second per Volt. So does this mean that a 1 farad capacitor charged with 1V will dissipate its 1 amp charge in 1 second (if shorted). Is this mostly correct? So if I charged this 1 Farad cap with 12V does that mean it has 12 Amps at 12V because its “per volt”? Also if I’m creating a capacitor bank I want them in parallel if I want all the power to come out at once right?