What is the phase difference between the current and voltage fluctuations at resonance?

At resonance, the voltages across the capacitor and the coil are equal, but have opposite signs, so the voltage across the resistor is equal to the applied voltage and the instantaneous value of the current is determined by the instantaneous value of the applied voltage. The phase difference of the current and voltage oscillations is zero.

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