Is the circuit a Parallel RLC if there is a voltage source in between capacitor and inductor?

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As the schematic shows, there is a voltage source in between capacitor and inductor. Is it a valid Parallel RLC circuit. For example: can we say that we can use the standard equations like:

• Alpha = 1 / ( 2 * R * C)
• W0^2 = 1 / (L * C)

• Where are you applying stimulus? At the location of V1, or across the whole network? Oct 3, 2015 at 3:42
• @ThePhoton I'm not quite sure on what stimulus means in this case, as I am just starting to learn electronics and I came across a circuit that is similar to this schematic. My original instinct was that it is neither parallel nor series. Oct 3, 2015 at 3:56
• You are trying to make a resonant circuit. It will resonate in response to some stimulus. Where do you intend to apply the stimulus? Oct 3, 2015 at 3:59
• Then, I would say it would be at the location of V1. Oct 3, 2015 at 4:05

You can also see immediately that this circuit has some behavior that doesn't match either a parallel or series RLC circuit. For example, the impedance goes to inifinity (like a series RLC circuit) at $\omega=0$, but it goes to R (instead of to infinity again) in the limit as $\omega\to\infty$.