Is it true that capacitors "store" charges? If so, how come the total amount of charge being supplied to a (capacitor containing) circuit, remains the same?

1 Answer
Mar 2, 2015

Yes, they do store charge. The charge suplied to a circuit depends on the current that flows and the tme for which it flows. I would therefore say that it doesn't necessarily remain the same. Why do you think it should?