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This following is AC circuit (Resistor in series with Resistor,capacitor or diode)
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project AC circuit (Resistor in series with Resistor,capacitor or diode)

The following EJS simulation show you the voltage/current as function of time for different combinations.
At least one resistor R1 is in series with another resistor, or in series with a capacitor (RC circuit) or in series with a diode.
The dot along the loop simulate the movement of electron motion (average).

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