Capacitive reactance is an opposition to the change of voltage across an element. Capacitive reactance X_{C} is inversely proportional to the signal frequency f (or angular frequency ω) and the capacitance C. |
1,000,000 pF = 1000 nF = 1 µF = 1 × 10^{−6} F 100,000 pF = 100 nF = 0.1 µF = 1 × 10^{−7} F 10,000 pF = 10 nF = 0.01 µF = 1 × 10^{−8} F 1,000 pF = 1 nF = 0.001 µF = 1 × 10^{−9} F 100 pF = 0.1 nF = 0.0001 µF = 1 × 10^{−10} F 10 pF = 0.01 nF = 0.00001 µF = 1 × 10^{−11} F 1 pF = 0.001 nF = 0.000001 µF = 1 × 10^{−12} F |
SI multiples for hertz (Hz) | ||||||
Value | Symbol | Name | ||||
10^{3} Hz | kHz | kilohertz | ||||
10^{6} Hz | MHz | megahertz | ||||
10^{9} Hz | GHz | gigahertz | ||||
10^{12} Hz | THz | terahertz | ||||
Common prefixed units |
Capacity of a capacitor (condenser) C = Q / V
Capacity C, charge Q, and voltage V.
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