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248 Capacitive reactance might take awhile for them to become fully charged. The current, once the plates are charged, will be zero.
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If you put some insulating material, such as glass, between the plates, their mutual voltage will not change, although the charging time might increase. If you increase the source voltage, the potential difference between the plates will follow along, more or less rapidly, depending on how large the plates are and on what is between them. If the voltage is increased without limit, arcing will eventually take place. That is, sparks will begin to jump between the plates.
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Suppose that the source is changed from direct to alternating current (Fig. 14-3). Imagine that you can adjust the frequency of this ac from a low value of a few hertz, to hundreds of hertz, to many kilohertz, megahertz, and gigahertz.
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At first, the voltage between the plates will follow just about exactly along as the ac source polarity reverses over and over. But the set of plates has a certain amount of capacitance, as you have learned. Perhaps they can charge up fast, if they are small and if the space between them is large, but they can t charge instantaneously.
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Reactance and frequency 249 As you increase the frequency of the ac voltage source, there will come a point at which the plates do not get charged up very much before the source polarity reverses. The set of plates will be sluggish. The charge won t have time to get established with each ac cycle. At high ac frequencies, the voltage between the plates will have trouble following the current that is charging and discharging them. Just as the plates begin to get a good charge, the ac current will pass its peak and start to discharge them, pulling electrons out of the negative plate and pumping electrons into the positive plate. As the frequency is raised, the set of plates starts to act more and more like a short circuit. When the frequency is low, there is a small charging current, but this quickly tails off and drops to zero as the plates become fully charged. As the frequency becomes high, the current flows for more and more of every cycle before dropping off; the charging time remains constant while the period of the charging/discharging wave is getting shorter. Eventually, if you keep on increasing the frequency, the period of the wave will be much shorter than the charging/discharging time, and current will flow in and out of the plates in just about the same way as it would flow if the plates were shorted out. The opposition that the set of plates offers to ac is the capacitive reactance. It is measured in ohms, just like inductive reactance, and just like resistance. But it is, by convention, assigned negative values rather than positive ones. Capacitive reactance, denoted XC, can vary, just as resistance and inductive reactance do, from near zero (when the plates are huge and close together, and/or the frequency is very high) to a few negative ohms, to many negative kilohms or megohms. Capacitive reactance varies with frequency. But XC gets larger (negatively) as the frequency goes down. This is the opposite of what happens with inductive reactance, which gets larger (positively) as the frequency goes up. Sometimes, capacitive reactance is talked about in terms of its absolute value, with the minus sign removed. Then you might say that XC is increasing as the frequency decreases, or that XC is decreasing as the frequency is raised. It s best, however, if you learn to work with negative XC values right from the start. This will be important later, when you need to work with inductive and capacitive reactances together in the same circuits.
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