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Kevin Weddle

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The same current flows through parts that are in series so their sequence does not matter.

If your series circuits have the same parts values and the same AC input signal then their capacitors charge exactly the same.

Your circuits have no input signal so nothing gets halved. A diode rectifies, it does not halve. 

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Something I noticed about voltage multipliers. I've never seen two equally charged capacitors reverse bias a diode. But as long as the capacitors are completely charged the diode is reverse biased.

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