quantitykind:Inductance

Type
Description

Properties
$$L^2 \cdot M/I^2 \cdot T^2$$
$$kg \cdot m^2/A^2 \cdot s^2$$
"Inductance" is an electromagentic quantity that characterizes a circuit's resistance to any change of electric current; a change in the electric current through induces an opposing electromotive force (EMF). Quantitatively, inductance is proportional to the magnetic flux per unit of electric current.
$$L =\frac{\Psi}{I}$$, where $$I$$ is an electric current in a thin conducting loop, and $$\Psi$$ is the linked flux caused by that electric current.
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Inductance(en)

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