# coefficient of capacitance

## coefficient of capacitance

[¦kō·ə′fish·ənt əv kə′pas·ə·təns]
(electricity)
One of the coefficients which appears in the linear equations giving the charges on a set of conductors in terms of the potentials of the conductors; a coefficient is equal to the ratio of the charge on a given conductor to the potential of the same conductor when the potentials of all the other conductors are 0.
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Also, the TCC (temperature coefficient of capacitance) is better than +/-4% from -55[degrees]C to +155[degrees]C, enabling tighter tolerance capacitors for PCB and IC packaging.
Material selection depends on the capacitance density required and the temperature coefficient of capacitance (TCC).
The device has a temperature coefficient of capacitance of [+ or -]15 percent over a temperature range of -55[degrees] to +125[degrees]C and is rated at 10 WVDC.
Four capacitance ranges are offered: 3-5, 3-10, 5-20, and 7-30 pF The temperature coefficient of capacitance is NPO [+ or -]500 ppm/[degrees]C for the two lower ranges and N [+ or -]500 for the two higher ranges.
Temperature coefficient of capacitance is NPO [+ or -]500 ppm[degrees]C for the two lower ranges and N[+ or -]500 for the two higher ranges.
The device features a temperature coefficient of capacitance (TCC) of [+ or -]30 ppm/[degrees]C over an operating temperature range of -55[degrees]C to +125[degrees]C, a lifetime of 1,000 hours at +125[degrees]C at twice the rated power, and resistance to moisture and thermal shock.
Q is 200 (min) at 1 MHz and the temperature coefficient of capacitance is NPS [+ or -]500 ppm/[degrees]C.

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