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Light from a 10F Capacitor charge/discharge
The light intensity from any light bulb is not a linear function of the electric tension... but you can try. I wonder if it gives an exponential with a modified decay time. You can use the acoustic entry to make this experiment but where take a square wave generator? Also using the sound card?

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RE: Light from a 10F Capacitor charge/discharge - by solid - 11-26-2021, 08:49 AM

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