Why does a capacitor allow AC and block DC?
If a constant voltage (DC) is applied to an unloaded capacitor, it is charged up to a certain value determined by voltage and capacity (QCV). That's why it is said that the capacitors block DC. If the voltage always changes over time (AC), the capacitor tries to keep it constant.
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