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in a simple CR circuit with a dc source at t=0 there is no charge in the capacitor then how there is a current in the circuit?

in a simple CR circuit with a dc source at t=0 there is no charge in the capacitor then how there is a current in the circuit?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Rahul Kumar
131 Points
9 years ago

Hi Sarthak

there is no charge in the capacitor, therefore the voltage across it is zero. Therefore, the entire dc source voltage V=IR at t=0, where I is the current at t=0

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