## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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This is a

as possible. The condition for a

that X1 = — X2, i.e., the resonant condition. To power absorbed by the load ...

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**maximum**as a function of R1 or R2 when these quantities an as smallas possible. The condition for a

**maximum**current as a functio of the reactance isthat X1 = — X2, i.e., the resonant condition. To power absorbed by the load ...

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Show that if a condenser discharges through a critically damped circuit, the

current is a

connected to a circuit made up of an uncharged condenser C and inductance L

with ...

Show that if a condenser discharges through a critically damped circuit, the

current is a

**maximum**2L/R sec. after shorting. v. 4. A battery of potential V isconnected to a circuit made up of an uncharged condenser C and inductance L

with ...

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The substitution of the second condition in the equation for iz yields

values which are the same as that of Eq. (14.13). The choice of positive or

negative sign for the optimum reactance indicates that there are two settings for

The substitution of the second condition in the equation for iz yields

**maximum**values which are the same as that of Eq. (14.13). The choice of positive or

negative sign for the optimum reactance indicates that there are two settings for

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