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The first equation is a simplification of Ohm's law. It states that the voltage from an electrochemical cell equals the current flowing through it. The Equation is V = IR , V = Voltage, I = Current & R = Resistance. The capacitance is the main component in any circuit. It is used to measure the resistance of a circuit. Which is C = Q/V , Q is the electric charge, C is the capacitance and V is the voltage. Solving for V we get V = Q/C.

The RLC circuit is an oscillating circuit consisting of a resistor, capacitor, and inductor connected in series. The resistor is always charged to a high voltage, the capacitor is charged when the resistor is turned on; the inductor when it turns off. When this circuit is connected to a load the current in the circuit will flow through various points in series each each with a voltage. When the capacitor appears to be completely charged, it is actually storing energy in its chemical structure. When this happens, any change in the current flow is resisted by the capacitor. The capacitors are not discharged when they appear to be fully charged. The voltage in the capacitor eventually causes the current to spiral around it. The result is an oscillation, or resonance.

The parasitic behavior of a series-connected series-parallel circuit is described by the chain rule. In this article, we will describe the impedance matrices of a series RLC device and discuss their use in applications. When it comes to RLC circuits, the input and output transistors are part of the logical functions. The input and output impedance match is a key requirement for any type of RLC circuit (high/low frequency transistors).

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