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What will happen if a square wave is pulsed into a nonlinear load?

Would the same square wave be seen across the load or would the nonlinear load change the square wave?

If a capacitor is nonlinear (i.e. capacitance changes with applied voltage) and a square wave is applied to it what would occur?

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# Square waves and nonlinear loads?

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