# A.C. isn't always cool!

An AC circuit is given below:

The source voltage is given by $$V=V_o sin (\omega t)$$ where $$\omega$$ is the angular frequency, $$t$$ is time and $$V_o$$ is the peak voltage. At $$t=0$$ current drawn from the source is $$0 A$$ and it begins to flow in the direction as shown. Assume that the diodes do not allow any current to flow through them in the reverse biased condition. At $$t= \frac{7\pi}{6\omega}$$, current flows through:

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