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As a more specific example, consider the circuit in Fig. 2. It consists of one resistor and one capacitor of very small dimensions (known as "chip" or "surface mount" resistors and capacitors). If we compute the input impedance of the circuit as a function of frequency, we get the solid line in Fig. 3. Experimentally obtained results, indicated by the square symbols, are quite different, however. 3 Real (a) and imaginary (b) parts of the input impedance of the circuit shown in Fig. 2 versus frequency, obtained by circuit theory (solid line with dots), by electromagneticanalysis of the circuit (dashed line), and by experiment (small squares).

10 CHAPTER 1 the end copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) plates to be connected with a conducting wire: Hydrogen gas molecules (H2) are given off at the copper plate, whch loses electrons to the solution and becomes positively charged. Zinc dissolves from the zinc plate, leaving electrons behind. The electrons move through the wire from the zinc to the copper plate, making an electric current. The process stops when the zinc plate is eaten away, or when no more acid is left. Volta's battery is just one type of electric generator.

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