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Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors (210 suppliers)

Aluminum electrolytic capacitors use an electrolytic process to form the dielectric. Wet electrolytic capacitors have a moist electrolyte. Dry or solid electrolytic capacitors do not.

Capacitors (1,271 suppliers)

Capacitors are electronic components used for storing charge and energy. In their simplest form, capacitors consist of two conducting plates separated by an insulating material called the dielectric.

Ceramic Capacitors (239 suppliers)

Ceramic capacitors have a dielectric made of ceramic materials.

Chip Capacitors (227 suppliers)

Chip capacitors or surface mount capacitors do not have leads.

Film Capacitors (222 suppliers)

Film capacitors are insulated with polyester, polycarbonate, polypropylene, polystyrene, or other dielectric materials.

High Voltage Capacitors (108 suppliers)

High voltage capacitors are used for storing charge and energy in high voltage applications. 

Power Capacitors (154 suppliers)

Power capacitors are used in electrical distribution systems to provide a static source of leading reactive power.

Supercapacitors (71 suppliers)

Ultracapacitors store charges (energy) by physically separating positive and negative charges (unlike batteries which do so chemically).  Very high power densities can be achieved by this method.

Tantalum Capacitors (155 suppliers)

Tantalum capacitors are used in smaller electronic devices including portable telephones, pagers, personal computers, and automotive electronics. 
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