Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Differential capacitance in physics, electronics, and electrochemistry is a measure of the voltage-dependent capacitance of a nonlinear capacitor, such as an electrical double layer or a semiconductor diode. It is defined as the derivative of charge with respect to potential. Capacitance is usually defined as the stored charge between two conducting surfaces separated by a dielectric divided by the voltage between the surfaces. Another definition is the rate of change of the stored charge or surface charge ( ) divided by the rate of change of the voltage between the surfaces or the electric surface potential ( ).
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