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In an LCR-circuit, connected to an ac power supply:

Is the amplitude of the voltage across the capacitor given by:

V = V0 / [wC*sqrt{R^2 + (wL - 1/(wC))^2}]         ?

(Where V0 is the amplitude of the emf, and I think the other terms speak for themselves.)


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