# Capacitance can be measured by?

Farad is the si unit of capacitance.

Capacitance meter or LCR meter.

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Last Answer : In series resonant circuit, increasing inductance to its twice value and reducing capacitance to its half value will increase the selectivity of the circuit.

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Last Answer : The reciprocal of capacitance is called elastance, and its unit is the reciprocal farad, also called the daraf.

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