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Do capacitors have voltage?

Capacitors don't have an emf unless current is zero, because they have internal resistance. This is difficult to measure in practice, so we refer to a Capacitor's voltage rather than emf. The source of potential difference in aCapacitor is fundamental and it is an emf.

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