Hi, I have a newbie question regarding caps in series and parallel. When you apply voltage to a cap in a circuit, is there a difference in the voltage on the other side of the cap between the methods of use above? Like a cap in series, does it need to be charged fully for the voltage to be seen after the cap? Or will there be a slow rise in voltage? Or is there just instant power after the cap? The same question for a parallel cap. But it seems voltage would just "skip" over a parallel cap and continue on since there's a direct electrical connection to the other end, and there wouldn't be a ramping of voltage. Could both connection methods be used for "backup" power, so to speak, if the main power is disconnected from the cap?