reversible capacitance

reversible capacitance

[ri′vər·sə·bəl kə′pas·əd·əns]
(electronics)
Limit, as the amplitude of an applied sinusoidal capacitor voltage approaches zero, of the ratio of the amplitude of the resulting in-phase fundamental-frequency component of transferred charge to the amplitude of the applied voltage, for a given constant bias voltage superimposed on the sinusoidal voltage.
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