Classifications of capacitors, Physics

 

The capacitors can be classified on the basis of nature of value, type of dielectric material used and polarity.

On the basis of nature of value:

  1. Fixed value capacitor
  2. Variable capacitor

 

On the basis of dielectric material used:

  1. Paper capacitor
  2. Ceramic capacitor
  3. Mica capacitor
  4. Plastic capacitor
  5. Air capacitor
  6. Glass capacitor
  7. Vitreous enamelled capacitor
  8. Electrolytic capacitor   

 

On the basis of polarization:

  1. Polarized
  2. Semi-polarized
  3. Non-polarized

 

 

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