Hi folks, Just looking for an explanation on capacitor principles. My understanding: A capacitor is made from two conductors ( which have the ability to hold charge) separated by an insulator. Therefore current cannot flow between the+ and - plates. Unless unwanted breakdown from excessive voltage values. If so how can charging current flow through capacitor c1 to the positive plate in c2 in the figure attached. I am trying to form an understanding of principles here so any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.