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Can you have an AC series circuit in which there is a phase difference of 180 o between the emf and current ? 120 o ?


Can you have an AC series circuit in which there is a phase difference of 180o  between the emf and current ? 120o  ?

Grade:12

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Askiitians_Expert Yagyadutt
askIITians Faculty 74 Points
10 years ago

No in case of AC circuit....

 

Emf V and current I has phase difference .....equal to [-pi/2 , pi/2]

 

-pi/2 for case of  R and C

 

pi/2 for case of  L and R

 

and for case of R,L,C ...it is (-pi/2,pi/2)

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