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Advanced PhysicsQ&A LibraryA 6.40 nF capacitor is charged to 24.0 V and then disconnected from the battery in the circuit and connected in series with a coil that has L = 0.0660 H and negligible resistance. After the circuit has been completed, there are current oscillations. (a) At an instant when the charge of the capacitor is 0.0800 mC, how much energy is stored in the capacitor and in the inductor, and what is the current in the inductor? (b) At the instant when the charge on the capacitor is 0.0800 µC, what are the voltages across the capacitor and across the inductor, and what is the rate at which current in the inductor is changing?Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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A 6.40 nF capacitor is charged to 24.0 V and then disconnected from the battery in the circuit and connected in series with a coil that has L = 0.0660 H and negligible resistance. After the circuit has been completed, there are current oscillations. (a) At an instant when the charge of the capacitor is 0.0800 mC, how much energy is stored in the capacitor and in the inductor, and what is the current in the inductor? (b) At the instant when the charge on the capacitor is 0.0800 µC, what are the voltages across the capacitor and across the inductor, and what is the rate at which current in the inductor is changing?

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