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| FromTheRafters wrote:


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| No precision band usually indicated 20%, no?

I believe you are correct.

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Yes.



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sfdavidkaye2@yahoo.com (David Kaye) wrote in

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The individual wasn't talking about solder when he said acid core, he was
talking about different style capacitors..
 
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What the fuck? I've never heard that before in any electronics class.
Perhaps it has something to do with geographical location.


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Regardless, the acid core reference was likely to solder.  Tell me of any
other thing "acid core" refers to besides music.


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Although I've never heard such a term as such, I suppose it could refer
to a type of battery or voltaic cell.

I figured John was confused, I also associate 'acid core' with solder.



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| Although I've never heard such a term as such, I suppose it could refer
| to a type of battery or voltaic cell.

| I figured John was confused, I also associate 'acid core' with solder.


Since I studied electrical engineering, not plumbing, to me it was always Rosin
Core or
Silver Solder.

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<CHOP> gured John was confused, I also associate 'acid core' with solder.


Since I studied electrical engineering, not plumbing, to me it was always
Rosin Core or
Silver Solder.

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Dave
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....is this "solder" argument ever going to end <grin> ?

...you'll all be arguing about "sudsing" in a minute !!!

regards, Richard

Despite upgrading one's personal PC again and again and again, (for over 25
years),
has anyone noticed that what used to take half an hour on a PC, still takes
half an hour !
...well, mostly !!!



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| sfdavidkaye2@yahoo.com (David Kaye) wrote in


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| The individual wasn't talking about solder when he said acid core, he was
| talking about different style capacitors..

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| What the fuck? I've never heard that before in any electronics class.
| Perhaps it has something to do with geographical location.


I learned the Bad, Boys mnemonic but NEVER in ANY Electrical Engineering course
was an
electrolytic capcitor referred to as an "Acid Core" capicitor.


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I'm totally unfamiliar with any Acid Core capacitor. hehh...


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Dustin wrote:
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Many if not all 'lytics' have an acidic electrolyte.

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LOL. I know. However, nobody I know of has called them "Acid Core
Capacitors"; I personally know them as electrolyte caps. It's just a
terminology thing, from a so called professional.
 



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Many if not all fruits and vegetables contain acid - but I doubt
professional growers call them acid core fruits.



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I know the reference, I was referring to John Slade's laughable
professional terminology (i.e., acid core capacitor).

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Yes, and the percentage and chemistry of the metals used change too
depending on the application.

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I thought it was Ohm's law.

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...get some now (precision rating).

Anyway, I *do* know about capacitors, and my comment was *because* of
that fact. The "blasting" cap in the omitted part of that post was a
hermetically sealed paper dielectric and foil axial capacitor. John
Slade is the one that mentioned acid core capacitor.

BTW why are you replying to Dustin, quoting me, and telling John about
solder?



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I was a rebel in high schoo.  I even violated Ohm's law a few times on the
weekends...


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Uh, I'm schizophrenic?  


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Are you a member of the resistance?

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:oD



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Yeah.  We violated Ohm's law all the time but never got arrested.  Some said
it was a power trip.  Some guys in our crowd just liked getting all amped up.  


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| On 8/1/2010 6:57 PM, FromTheRafters wrote:

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|       Well "virus" is a generic term these days. I was talking
| about worms and/or trojans, I was using "virus" as a generic
| term. I guess that clears it up.

The term "malware" is generic.
The term "virus" is quite specific.



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On 8/2/2010 11:57 AM, David H. Lipman wrote:
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      "Virus" is both a generic term and a specific term. Why do
you think they call the software used to clean trojans and
worms, "Anti-Virus" software? I'm sure you don't think that they
only clean viruses and leave trojans and worms alone. It's all a
matter of semantics. Just about all of the major anti-malware
vendors have products that they call Anti-Virus. This is because
it just stuck. You're a professional and you don't know this?

John


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|       "Virus" is both a generic term and a specific term. Why do
| you think they call the software used to clean trojans and
| worms, "Anti-Virus" software? I'm sure you don't think that they
| only clean viruses and leave trojans and worms alone. It's all a
| matter of semantics. Just about all of the major anti-malware
| vendors have products that they call Anti-Virus. This is because
| it just stuck. You're a professional and you don't know this?

Sorry John - No.

Virus is specific and is INCORRECTLY used way too often.  That's what the term
malwrae is
for.

The reason they call anti virus software that is due to its legacy.  At one time
there
were only viruses.

Anyone who calls any/all malicious software a virus without specifically knowing
what it
is is just plain wrong.



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Dave
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On 8/4/2010 1:53 PM, David H. Lipman wrote:
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     Well it's time you learned.

John

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