Lenz's law, the net effect is that the inductance prevents the current from changing, that the inductance is highly resistant to alternating current. For the same inductance, the higher the current rate of change is, the greater the induced current will be, and the higher the impedance presented by the inductance will be. If the same current rate of change, different inductors, if the greater the induced current generated, the higher the impedance presented by the inductor. Therefore, the impedance of the inductance depends on two factors: frequency; The second is the inherent properties of the inductance, also known as the value of the inductance, also known as the inductance
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