The phenomena of voltage and current resonance are familiar to all students of alternating currents. The former occurs in series circuits and complete resonance is secured when the condensive reactance is equal to the inductive reactance. The latter occurs in connection with parallel circuits, the necessary condition being that the sum of all the susceptances, both condensive and inductive, equals zero.
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Dodge, H. L.
"An Interesting Case of Resonance in an Alternating Current Circuit,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 24(1), 189-200.
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