Circuit Description: This is an RLC circuit, which is an oscillating circuit consisting of a resistor, capacitor, and inductor connected in series. The capacitor is charged initially; the voltage of this charged capacitor causes a current to flow in the inductor to discharge the capacitor. Once the capacitor is discharged, the inductor resists any change in the current flow, causing the capacitor to be charged again with the opposite polarity. The voltage in the capacitor eventually causes the current flow to stop and then flow in the opposite direction. The result is an oscillation, or resonance. Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.

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