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I have heard that a capacitor increases the voltage of output in a circuit can anyone explain it
It does not. You may have heard that a capacitor increases the stability of the output voltage of a circuit.capacitor increases the voltage of output in a circuit
Yes, in conjunction with inductance of the AC voltage source it can increase voltage output. Loses must be realitively small for that to happen. Easiest way to see it is to draw the phasors diagram. Typicall example is capacitively loaded transformer.I have heard that a capacitor increases the voltage of output in a circuit can anyone explain it