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Posted by Timm A. Vanderelli on February 16, 2005 20:24:26 UTC

I guess I should pick my words more carefully, as it seems like we are getting so far away from my first statement. Let me just say that AC and DC are not the same at all. DC is not a wave. It is potential. AC is a wave and it's in a constant state of change. AC can be described as having frequency and potential difference, but DC can only have potential difference.

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