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

The series RLC circuit exhibits minimum resistance at resonance.
This means an input at the resonant frequency will see maximum
current in that RLC circuit. Put another way, the RLC circuit is
said to accept the current of an input signal when that signal
equals the resonant frequency of the RLC circuit.

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### What is Impedance for an RLC circuit in series?

1. The RLC series circuit is a very important example of a
resonant circuit. It has a minimum of impedance Z=R at the resonant
frequency, and the phase angle is equal to zero at resonance.
Answer
The impedance of an RLC circuit is the vector sum of the
circuit's resistance, inductive reactance, and
capacitive reactance -all of which are expressed in ohms.
This applies whether the circuit is at resonance or not.

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