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Course: PHYS 212, Fall 2009
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31 Chapter INDUCTIVE CIRCUITS LR circuit LC circuit exponential growth and decay Free oscillations Damped oscillations LRC circuit Forced Oscillations Resonance condition Put them together!!! Electro-magnetic Energy LRC circuits Explored the physics of E and B fields Explored how energy can be stored in capacitors and inductors We now turn to how energy can be transferred from a capacitor to an...

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31 Chapter INDUCTIVE CIRCUITS LR circuit LC circuit exponential growth and decay Free oscillations Damped oscillations LRC circuit Forced Oscillations Resonance condition Put them together!!! Electro-magnetic Energy LRC circuits Explored the physics of E and B fields Explored how energy can be stored in capacitors and inductors We now turn to how energy can be transferred from a capacitor to an inductor or from E to B! 1 q2 Uc = 2C 1 U L = Li 2 2 LC circuit - oscillations At any instant the energy is distributed between L a...
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