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- noun A type of capacitor used to conduct current in a single direction, in which one oxide-coated plate serves as the dielectric while the other is replaced by an electrolyte.
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- noun electronics
capacitorthat uses an electrolyteas one of its capacitative plates
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- noun a fixed capacitor consisting of two electrodes separated by an electrolyte
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