### Lc Oscillations

**LC Oscillations**

**LC circuit**: An electrical circuit consisting of an inductor and a capacitor connected in series or parallel.

**Inductance**: The property of a circuit that opposes changes in current flow, measured in henries (H).

**Capacitance**: The ability of a circuit to store electrical energy in an electric field, measured in farads (F).

**Resonance**: The condition in an LC circuit where the inductive and capacitive reactances are equal, resulting in maximum energy transfer between the inductor and capacitor.

**Natural frequency**: The frequency at which an LC circuit oscillates when there is no resistance or other energy loss.

**Quality factor**: A measure of the efficiency of an LC circuit, determined by the ratio of stored energy to energy lost per cycle.

**Damped oscillations**: Oscillations that gradually decrease in amplitude over time due to energy loss.

**Energy conservation**: The total energy in an LC circuit remains constant, although it is constantly transferred between the inductor and capacitor.

**Phase difference**: The difference in phase between the voltage and current in an LC circuit, which is determined by the circuit’s inductance and capacitance.