# omega=1/sqrt(LC)

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The Radians per Second of an Oscillating Electrical System calculator computes the radians per second based on the inductance and capacitance of a simple system.

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose units and enter the following:

• (L) This is the inductance
• (C) This is the capacitance

Radians per Second(ω): The calculator return radians per second.  However this can be automatically converted to compatible units (e.g. hertz) via the pull-down menu.

#### The Math / Science

The number of radians per second is found using the following formula:

ω = 1/sqrt(L*C)

where:

• ω is the radians per second
• L = inductance
• C = capacitance

## References

25.2 Oscillations by Benjamin Crowell, Light and Matter  licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.

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