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Author Topic: AC circuit (Resistor in series with Resistor,capacitor or diode)  (Read 16396 times)
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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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SVP JE VEUX L ECRITURE EN FRANCAIS
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