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-[* black] Capacitor time! This yellow component is called a capacitor. Its job is to store electrical charge, blocking direct current and allowing alternating current to pass. Capacitors are measured (in Farads) as the ratio of the electrical charge on each conductor to the potential difference between them. This capacitor is a 1 µF capacitor.
-[* red] Locate the two holes labeled C1.
-[* black] Install the capacitor in the same way with the printed 105 facing away from the IC socket so that you can still read it.
+[* black] The next component we will be installing is the yellow capacitor. Capacitors store electrical energy, and are helpful when a circuit needs a quick shot of energy to illuminate a light or make a beep.
+[* black] Capacitors are measured (in Farads) as the ratio of the electrical charge on each conductor to the potential difference between them. This capacitor is a 1 µF capacitor.
+[* red] Install the capacitor in the terminal next to the IC socket marked C1. Soldering the leads of a capacitor follows the same through-hole procedure used thus far.
+[* icon_note] Make sure that the printed markings on the capacitor face away from the IC socket so that you can still read it.