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Why does a capacitor charge faster than discharge?

After 5 time constants, the voltage on theCapacitor is 99%, and at the end of one time constant, it gets charged to 67% of applied voltage. A reverse happens when you discharge from a charged position. Charge and discharge curves are the same.

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