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Light from a 10F Capacitor charge/discharge

Has anyone put a phyphox-phone in a light-tight box together with a 10F Capacitor charging/discharging connected to ta lightbulb watching the light-sensor's output?

Well, you don't have to put the capacitor in the box, just the light bulb and the phone of course.

I wonder if you'd get a nice smooth exponential curve, and whether you could use the data to determine R*C?

Best regards.


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Light from a 10F Capacitor charge/discharge - by Erik Josefsson - 11-26-2021, 07:55 AM

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