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Can someone explain me how a capacitor is charged in a circuit consisting of a capacitor and a batterY WITHOUT RESISTOR?

most people tell that positive charges & negative charges are released from battery. I think that how positive charges or protons are moving in circuit as they lie inside nucleus. WANTING A QUICK & CORRECT ANSWER FROM A PERSON WHO HAVE GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF PHYSICS . IT HAS BEEN IN MIND FOR 1 WEEK. PLEASE!!!!!!!!! help me

9/1/2017 7:43:46 PM

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This is perhaps the best explanation you'll get: https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/194346/what-will-be-the-time-to-charge-a-capacitor-if-there-is-no-resistance Note that this is a programming app, not a physics app 😁

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"Can someone explain me how a capacitor is charged in a circuit consisting of a capacitor and a batterY WITHOUT RESISTOR?" Fast as hell! =:)