Every superconductive radio-frequency cavity can be seen as a parallel RLC circuit, as shown in the picture below: enter image description here

The thing is every parallel RLC circuit acts like a band-stop filter: at the resonance frequency, its impedance is maximum and the current is minimum.

The purpose of these cavities on the other hand should be to have an $E$ field as high as possible... but how is it possible?



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