In electromagnetism and electronics, inductance can be defined as the property by which a change in current creates an electromotive force in both the conductor of the current (self-inductance) and nearby conductors (mutual inductance).
These effects are demonstrated by two fundamental laws: Oersted’s law (steady magnetic field) and Faraday’s law of induction (varying magnetic field).
In the International System of units the inductance is measured in henry (H).
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