today i had the cleaver idea of thinking how to calculate a coil that has the same energy stored into it that a leak capacitor connected to it... i was remembering the conservation of charge and how it goes with momentum and energy when dealing with tork

basically the leakage current is the energy in the coil and the capacitor is charged because there is voltage across it...

basically i ended with L=(V^2*C)/(I^2)

the voltage at the cell is the voltage applied less the voltage drop on the resistance of the coil as they are in series..

so capacitor resistance thells the current at the coil

for example if the coil could dump its energy to the capacitor the voltage would increase how much? twice...

well if we simply wanted the capacitor to discharge to zero volts than we would need a coil with a such value that in parallel with the capacitor its leakage current is equal to the energy at the voltage applied to thecapacitor..

but hey meyers said he would double thefrequency keeping the capacitor charged,,