But would my 33pF (330) capacitors work?
Or do I think wrong?
0.324nF is closer to 300 pF, BTW.a cap labeled "22" is almost certainly NOT 200pF; I've never seen the "last digit is power of 10" thing used with fewer than 3 digits/colors.
Sigh. In the old days, you could sorta tell the multiplier of a cap just by looking at it. Under 1nF you had disks and mica caps of various sizes. Between 1nF and 1uF, you started to see film caps. Above 1uF you had electrolytics. Above 500uF, they got too large to mount on boards. Above 10kuF they started to be major structural components. And you didn't ever see a 1F or high cap, just to keep the physics teachers truthful... Nowdays there is so much magic in electrode and dielectric materials that you pretty much need to read the markings. Which they now leave off
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