Can there be a charge without a current?


by Sidelines
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Sidelines
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Dec8-12, 11:15 AM
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In an LRC circuit is it possible to have a charge without a circuit?

Much appreciated,
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Studiot
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Dec8-12, 11:24 AM
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You will need to be a bit more specific about your intentions.

Can there be a current? well AC or DC?

Source?

In an LRC circuit? Configuration?

Since a capacitor blocks DC it is conceivable to have a configuration that possesses a previously charged capacitor but no DC path.

Charge? Well only a capacitor can hold charge or 'be charged'
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Dec8-12, 11:31 AM
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This actually answers my question! Haha, even without the specifics.

Thanks so much


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