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How CAPACITORS Work (ElectroBOOM101-006) 

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#Capacitors

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wuukaa
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I love understand things with imagination
Hugh Glassey
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Capacitor go boom
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Victor Alves Nunes 18 timer siden
oh dude, u r amazin
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Warren Hale 2 dager siden
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sapan singh
sapan singh 3 dager siden
i love this guy, he blow things, we know that but still we shocked by the blasts :D hahahah just at 2:46 i was scared af :P
Zsolt Lévai
Zsolt Lévai 3 dager siden
You are a great teacher, you are good at making things entertaining and easy to understand
Michael C
Michael C 3 dager siden
You're a good teacher Mehdi. Finally understand current flow.
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pst 4 dager siden
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Gourav Chouhan
Gourav Chouhan 4 dager siden
Is this guy still alive?😂
Mr. Aizawa
Mr. Aizawa 4 dager siden
pov: u came here after seeing capacitors explode on yt
Soumyadip Das
Soumyadip Das 6 dager siden
You are the best physics teacher 😄😄😄😄😄
Shobhit B
Shobhit B 6 dager siden
2:46 killed me
The Inventor 69
The Inventor 69 8 dager siden
Nice and creative actor and an electronics teacher!!😘😘😍
Tycho
Tycho 8 dager siden
FULLY expected the first capacitor to explode, but it made me jump anyway.
Bavo Kegels
Bavo Kegels 9 dager siden
why don't we ever make a loop out of magnetic material?
Suchitra Sen
Suchitra Sen 9 dager siden
According to him ac passes through a capacitor because it zigzags between the plates whereas dc hits the plates directly. Told by him more than 6 years ago in another video
Garry Dhaliwal
Garry Dhaliwal 12 dager siden
This man is too funny
JustPlaying GAMES!
JustPlaying GAMES! 12 dager siden
seeing an arab man getting hurt - makes my day brighter
Proto Man
Proto Man 12 dager siden
ok nazi boomer
pmax339
pmax339 13 dager siden
I wouldn't bunk a single class if they're even half as interesting and entertaining as this video
The Magician
The Magician 13 dager siden
You're far more better at teaching than my teachers lol
Navneeth K
Navneeth K 14 dager siden
Pls. . I beg u to explain topics of electricity which are required for our academic studies in India......Bcos u explain it in a very good and funny way😁......pls explain it to us
Xeno Bardock
Xeno Bardock 14 dager siden
Charge in capacitor is stored in the dielectric because you can charge a capacitor and then replace all the metals connected to dielectric and still discharge the capacitor by shorting it. Check video "Ben Franklin Was Right - Capacitor Energy Storage".
The Great Zoom
The Great Zoom 9 dager siden
That is not true. Charge accumulates on the conductors in a capacitor, while energy is stored in the electric field between those conductors. That field comes from the difference in charge on the two conductors. If you remove one conductor, the field will dissipate and become weak very quickly. Replacing the same conductor without changing the charge it carried would, ideally, keep the capacitor charged the same as before it was disassembled. However, replacing the conductors using the same dielectric would do nothing. The two removed conductors would simply retain their charges until given a path to opposite charges.
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Mr Sol Gaming 15 dager siden
0:50 where seesion 2?
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Yash Chandel 16 dager siden
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TheNiku08
TheNiku08 16 dager siden
2:45 that got me good🤣
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Nintendo Sexy Four 17 dager siden
Davie504 but for electricity
steelmelt
steelmelt 18 dager siden
u taught me better than my physics teacher
John Doe
John Doe 21 dag siden
Cody from codyslab is a narcissist.
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ZabbO 'wakeej 23 dager siden
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ETG
ETG 24 dager siden
Nice comedian.
Świerku Pitok
Świerku Pitok 25 dager siden
dude i realised how much i missed my lectures at the university about this whole boring physics
Shay Garadi
Shay Garadi 26 dager siden
if i connect DC 16v capacitor to 9v DC circuit, it will work ok or i will make a mess¿
The Great Zoom
The Great Zoom 9 dager siden
No, the capacitor is rated to 16V which means it operates at any voltage below that, not that it will always be 16V. Capacitors charge up a voltage, so that means you can charge that capacitor to about 16V before it breaks or misbehaves.
Yasmin Malik
Yasmin Malik 26 dager siden
Genius
Ethan Perry
Ethan Perry 27 dager siden
haha funny man with silly accent hurt himself haaha
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sayuni din Måned siden
Wow nice video. Understood 😊🤩
Giuseppe Scarpati
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You are fantastic
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Best video
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4:13 Mehdi Casablancas
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Andrew Jimenez
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I love it man my professor sucks you made me learn
ChargedCMOS
ChargedCMOS Måned siden
The physics teacher I wish I had, yet never had. This was so informative, clear and witty. You are very good at explaining. THANK YOU FOR YOUR VIDEO! Also, with regards ti current trailing voltage with 90 degrees, does this have anything to do with the fact that a capacitor used as an audio crossover delays the audio signal with 90 degrees?
Chirag Gupta
Chirag Gupta Måned siden
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Izan Robles
Izan Robles Måned siden
Yes but... What are capacitors used for?
TTU_Adam Zulhilmy
TTU_Adam Zulhilmy Måned siden
How about transistor
Pixie ChiKu
Pixie ChiKu Måned siden
9:10 So he know calculus too
BONG D
BONG D Måned siden
Nice video. If u don't mind, A question , My 12acv and 2 amp passing thru a rectifier, the output measure 12dcv with 2amp. How can i increase the amp without decreasing the 12dcv output? Capacitor probably will make a lot of changes to this connection. thanks!
Thijs Janssen
Thijs Janssen Måned siden
This is an amazing video. Thank you
Kevin
Kevin Måned siden
Mehdi, I hope my long question makes sense. In an AC capacitor circuit when the generator is at MAX on the positive (Upper) side and the current is at zero (90 degrees leading), does the current begin to increase now on the negative side of zero because the AC source is now decreasing in voltage (EMF) while the Capacitor (which was previously balanced to the AC source) is now slightly higher and pushing back on the source in the opposite direction as the source voltage continues to drop? …even though the source voltage is still in the upper positive side. In other words if two batteries of equal size are connected with negative too negative and pos to pos they fight each other and there is no current flow. If however, one battery lowers its voltage the larger battery wins the direction of current flow. If that is true then I also think it's poorly taught that when the instant an AC source is turned on the Voltage (force) is zero and the Current is max. That cannot be. Current does not flow without a force of some sort behind it. Now the voltage can be very tiny to produce large amounts of current as long as the resistance is very low, but the Force is with us ; >) . Is that also true?
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realrishiiscool Gaming
i really don't get loop law and Krischoff law
Samuel Magi locusts
Samuel Magi locusts Måned siden
This is the best explanation of capacitors I have ever seen!
BABA
BABA Måned siden
You are the Best teacher And I am from india
NEXUS Muza
NEXUS Muza Måned siden
I wanna know why the capacitor bursted
NEXUS Muza
NEXUS Muza Måned siden
I think that in electrolytic capacitor have polarity like positive to positive Negative to negative
Ahmad Ossaily
Ahmad Ossaily 2 måneder siden
Hello mehdi, I have a question plz, can u tell me why does speaker tweeter have capacitors ?
Alex Delarge
Alex Delarge 2 måneder siden
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imark7777777 2 måneder siden
Now that was a transition I didn't see coming
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Great video really, Learning, comedy and Entertainment 🙌👍.
Dakotah Rivers
Dakotah Rivers 2 måneder siden
Behind the charming personality and hilarious explosions, there's actually very useful and effective eduction here. Love this guy
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Kai Brown 2 måneder siden
This man is literally a national treasure. He needs some extreme security
Hanif Sanatkhani
Hanif Sanatkhani 2 måneder siden
@mehdi: GET A SLOW MOTION CAMERA!
Eric Hacop
Eric Hacop 2 måneder siden
Thank you Mehdi Jan. This was the best explanation of Capacitor I've ever heard!!!
Sneha Gupta
Sneha Gupta 2 måneder siden
Thanku so much
Viktor K
Viktor K 2 måneder siden
Can you do transistors as switches?
Gökhan Topçu
Gökhan Topçu 2 måneder siden
I've got no questions remaining about capacitors now, and I found this after watching 20+ most watched videos on other channels. This is by far the most informative & fun electronics video I've ever watched on YT, covering physics, math and electronics around capacitors. Great job man, and thanks a lot for putting tens of hours of your time & effort & thinking on a 10 min video. Did laugh out so loud many times when I was actually learning something new, you do have a great talent for teaching!
Mr Mobodies
Mr Mobodies 2 måneder siden
Learned something new today, 5:27 capacitor plate distance/resistance in relation to voltages.
tinkmarshino
tinkmarshino 2 måneder siden
that was nice but what I want to know is HOW/WHEN/WERE/WHY to use a capacitor..?
AKSHAY TECH VLOGS
AKSHAY TECH VLOGS 2 måneder siden
It's really a great job. Your work to understand us easily. Thank you
Juan Bautista
Juan Bautista 2 måneder siden
Thanks god this man exists
Marcus A
Marcus A 2 måneder siden
3:34 oh man I am crying from laughing so hard, lmao - how it blows up before he's even put his goggles on, and the falling camera, oh my stomach, my sides, ahh it hurts so bad, lmao
haseeb gull
haseeb gull 2 måneder siden
Awesome videos. Great knowledge. Plz tell me what exactly is your educational background ?
Brad Wilcox
Brad Wilcox 2 måneder siden
If the plates in a capacitor are generally the same, what is it that gives some of them polarity?
Arturo Gracian
Arturo Gracian 2 måneder siden
I love blowing up capacitors
cccincocc
cccincocc 3 måneder siden
[wink] ROFL!!
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dustin buck 3 måneder siden
I love your videos.
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Shreyam Kar
Shreyam Kar 3 måneder siden
I have a physics test today, and it's on electricity and I did not study capacitors. I decided to watch this video, and I got to know, just enough, about capacitors. And some parts of this video also made me laugh real hard
EngineeringArtist
EngineeringArtist 3 måneder siden
4:18 I just love this guy. Keep being awesome
hogniis
hogniis 3 måneder siden
I'm studying electrical engineering, and he does a much better job of making me understand the theory behind electronics than my teacher does 😂
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Saurit info 3 måneder siden
You are a perfect teacher😀
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emilstnt 3 måneder siden
1:09 YO are those deadass digi birds mate
George Brotherston
George Brotherston 3 måneder siden
I really enjoy your videos... you clearly have great knowledge of electronics; clearly love and enjoy each and both this topic and sharing knowledge with others; and present this information in a detailed, fun, funny, interesting, clear and concise way. Thank you!!!
Arne Olson
Arne Olson 3 måneder siden
2x200v capacitor replacement would be 400vac or 200vac? Cause I'm thinking someone has replaced it with a uf2 200vnp
AZMAN Box
AZMAN Box 3 måneder siden
Can you make a video about diode?
Jay Nemade
Jay Nemade 3 måneder siden
Your techniques are better than the great scott. That is why you should take those videos and remake them for layman
elias Khatonabadi
elias Khatonabadi 3 måneder siden
I want to kiss you
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Pepe Von Kek 3 måneder siden
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MP 9 3 måneder siden
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Chandan Kumar Rath
Chandan Kumar Rath 3 måneder siden
Hi Mehdi, I am from India. Each time I started watching your video, I just can't stop myself from watching your next video one by one. I appreciate your efforts you put in your videos. There are a lot of things to learn about electronics and electricals. Keep up this good work. A big thank you...
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Michał Jaworski 3 måneder siden
That slow mo at 3:32 is even funnier when you play it at 0.25 speed xD
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CatchMeIfYouCan 3 måneder siden
Me: *sees a trap* My brain: 9:03
IndustrialDonut
IndustrialDonut 3 måneder siden
this was almost a whole intro calculus lecture
deeyelipz
deeyelipz 3 måneder siden
What?? That sounded like my girl talking to me. A lot of words but I didn't understood a thing.😂 I'll have to play it back about en million times.
Vincent
Vincent 3 måneder siden
I looked at my physics book and was like „nah“, you‘re so much better than our teachers and books.
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Arroyo Herrero Daniel Gaspar
you should open your videos for subtitles, i would love to translate them to spanish! they help me a lot
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