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What is the difference between a battery and a capacitor?

 There are many differences..but the major one is that Electrical Energy is stored in battery or cell in the form of chemical energy, and transformed again in the form of electrical energy, while in a capacitor, electrical charge or energy stored in the form of electrostatic field. 
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  3. what is the main difference between capacitors and batteries

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