A capacitor is a component made of two or sets of two conductive plates with a thin insulator between them and wrapped in a ceramic and plastic container. When the capacitor receives a direct current (DC), a positive charge builds up on one of the plates (or set of plates) while a negative charge builds up on the other. This charge, which is measured in microfarads on a computer capacitor, remains in the capacitor until it is discharged. In the image to the right, is an example of what a capacitor may look like on a computer motherboard.
Another common type of capacitor is an electrolytic capacitor, which is a higher capacitance capacitor in a smaller package. Below, is a picture and an example of these types of capacitors.
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