An Introdcution to Inductor Symbols

An inductor is a device for inducing a time-varying electric current in a conductor. An inductor is similar to a resistor since it resists the passage of electric current. However, whereas resistance is due to electrons colliding with atoms or other electrons in the conductor, an inductor’s properties arise from its ability to store energy as a magnetic field. This self-inductance arises because electrically charged particles that pass near the surface of the conductor create electrical currents within the conductor according to Faraday’s law of induction. These time-varying currents produce a magnetic field that acts as an electrical current in the wire itself.  to learn more details, click the link to check!

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