# Why is the holocaust resonant?

It is not.

The Holocaust is what it is, no matter who is learning about it in the present, if that is the way on which it impacts upon you, then fair enough, but that is in the reciever, not the sender.

### What is the difference between resonance and resonant frequency?

resonance is the behavior of resonant frequency while resonant frequency is the cause of it. There are basically two types of resonance; Electrical and Magnetic. Resonant frequency is that particular frequency for a system for which the system performs its best. while the system at that particular situation can be called the system at resonance

### What do you mean by resonant?

Resonant means something vibrates at a given frequency. Usually if you can get an object to resonate at its resonant frequency - it will disintegrate ! For example - if you tap a wine-glass, it 'rings' - that's it's resonant frequency. Now - take a speaker and play the exact frequency through it, while holding it close to the glass - after a few seconds it will shatter because the glass vibrates too fast.

### Why is the series resonant circuit called an acceptor circuit?

Because the series resonant circuit has the lowest possible impedance at resonance frequency, thus allowing the AC current to circulate through it. At resonance frequency, XC=XL and XL-XC = 0. Therefore, the only electrical characteristic left in the circuit to oppose current is the internal resistance of the two components. Hence, at resonance frequency, Z = R. Note: This effect is probably better seen with vectors. Clarification: Resonant circuits come in two flavors, series and…

### Why does a series resonant circuit cannot be tank circuit?

A series resonant circuit has it's reactive components connected in series with each other; while the reactive components, as in a "tank" circuit, are connected in parallel with each other. The resonant series circuit has the capability of producing usable increased voltage levels across each component at resonance, while the resonant tank circuit does not. The resonant parallel, or "tank" circuit; has the dual capability of creating a situation whereby the input amperage level is…

### How do you measure resonant frequency?

Resonant frequency is the frequency where the voltage across the tuned filter is maximized. Inject a sine wave through a resistor into the filter, and adjust frequency for peak amplitude. At higher frequencies, such as RF, this becomes interesting because everything disturbs the circuit, including the resistor, because it is no longer a pure resistor. Measurment of resonant frequency in RF circuits is best done in situ. Resonant frequency is measured like all frequencies in…