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1996\10\11@010320 by Steve Hardy

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This talk about zero ohm resistors reminds me of another favourite
component: the infinite capacitor.  It looks and acts remarkably
similar to the zero ohm resistor.  No matter how much charge you pump
into it, it's terminal voltage is resolutely set at 0V.  I've charged
one at several amps for days on end - I still wonder how it manages to
contain all those kilo-coulombs without exploding!

Regards,
SJH
Canberra, Australia

1996\10\11@091124 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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At 03:08 PM 10/11/96 EST, Steve Hardy wrote:
>This talk about zero ohm resistors reminds me of another favourite
>component: the infinite capacitor.  It looks and acts remarkably
>similar to the zero ohm resistor.  No matter how much charge you pump
>into it, it's terminal voltage is resolutely set at 0V.  I've charged
>one at several amps for days on end - I still wonder how it manages to
>contain all those kilo-coulombs without exploding!
>

My problem has been in getting the charge back out ;)

Larry G. Nelson Sr.
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1996\10\11@115847 by Mark A. Corio

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In a message dated 96-10-11 10:40:32 EDT, you write:

>My problem has been in getting the charge back out ;)

You must be using the OTC (one time chargable) parts.
Try the windowed infinite capacitors.

Also, has anyone had success applying infinite inductors (un-shorted
jumpers)??

Mark A. Corio
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1996\10\11@222417 by hoss karoly

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if you wish to use some strange components use pld-s after removing
the type number they are the ultimate quiz for anybody
IMHO
bye
charley

1996\10\12@025338 by wfdavis
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At 03:08 PM 10/11/96 EST, Steve Hardy wrote:
>>This talk about zero ohm resistors reminds me of
>>another favourite component: the infinite capacitor.
>>It looks and acts remarkably similar to the zero ohm
>>resistor.  No matter how much charge you pump into it,
>>it's terminal voltage is resolutely set at 0V.  I've
>>charged one at several amps for days on end - I still
>>wonder how it manages to contain all those
>>kilo-coulombs without exploding!
>>
>
>My problem has been in getting the charge back out ;)
>
Obviously, you're describing a black hole!  (Did it also have mass
and spin?)

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