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Why is the following situation impossible? The LC circuit

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Problem 52

Why is the following situation impossible? The LC circuit shown in Figure CQ32.8 has L 5 30.0 mH and C 5 50.0 mF. The capacitor has an initial charge of 200 mC. The switch is closed, and the circuit undergoes undamped LC oscillations. At periodic instants, the energies stored by the capacitor and the inductor are equal, with each of the two components storing 250 mJ.

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Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
ISBN: 9781133954057

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