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sisi_swagger
 one year ago
How can you use a capacitor to make a lamp flash extra brightly for a moment? Why does that happen?
sisi_swagger
 one year ago
How can you use a capacitor to make a lamp flash extra brightly for a moment? Why does that happen?

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StudyPm
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I am not completly sure, but capacitors store electricity, so if you were to release that stored energy, there would be a moment of brighter light.
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