Bredhurst Receiving and Transmitting Society
Learning outcome part 5
an inductor is normally a coil formed of a number
of turns of wire.
a current passing through a wire forms a magnetic
field around the wire.
an inductor is able to store energy in its magnetic
The ability to store energy is known as inductance.
The amount of inductance depends upon the number of
turns of wire on the coil and its dimensions.
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