Amplifier capacitors question
Why is that when I use electrolytic capacitors (the cylindrical ones) and measure the end with respect to ground, there is some DC voltage appearing (where in fact it should be 0 volts since capacitor passes only AC signal but blocks DC signal), but when I substituted a non electrolytic capacitor, like tantalum capacitors, they work well. In a simulation program, electrolytic and tantalum shows no difference and they block DC, but in real life, electrolytic fails to function correctly. What's happening?
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