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Alternating Current: Resistance and Reactance

We already know that electronic components behave differently under ac conditions than under dc conditions. But components are generally used in various combinations. These combinations produce their own effects. Let's see how.

Circuits with One Reactive Element

Circuits with Two Reactive Elements

AC Bridge Circuits




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