[rescue] Sun crushes the used Sun market

Geoffrey S. Mendelson gsm at mendelson.com
Wed Jul 6 00:38:47 CDT 2005

On Tue, Jul 05, 2005 at 11:39:53PM -0400, C Fernandez wrote:

> Caps in there most basic form are two conductors separated by a 
> dielectric material, the simplest dielectric being air.  However, I 
> don't know how more complicated caps, the ones we actually use, may be 
> different.

These were electrolytic caps. Those made with a liquid dielectric called
an electrolyte. In real life it's more of a sludgeor gel than liquid,
but you get the point.

Now for a trivia question. The computer I am using is called Metatron. It
has nothing to do with electricity or electronics. Any know?

Sambo, don't answer I know you know. :-)


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