of course, but i'm not saying that.

i'm only saying that for a capacitor of 1 faraday to get 1 volt it must flow 1 coulomb of charge, if its done in one second 1 ampere will be the average current...

thats the definition...

same for henrie

what is one henrie?

is the inductance that will let 1 ampere of current to flow if 1 volt is applied for 1 second..

the voltage across a capacitor will equal the charge stored in this capacitor

the current flowing in a coil similarly equal the voltage charge aplied..