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    Why does a lamp in series with a capacitor flash briefly when placed in a closed circuit?

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    1. shelbygt520
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      Hint: a closed circuit is basically a circle the energy stays all in one single area whereas in an open circuit the energy is dispersed across different wires but a capacitor acts like a closed circuit itself when against DC voltage

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