## what is **Inductance (L)**

Inductance is known as the property of storing energy in a magnetic field, which opposes the flow of magnetic flux is known as inductance

## What Is **Self inductance**

Change in flux induces an emf in the coil. A coil is capable of inducing on emf in itself by changing the current flowing through it.

This property of coils is known as self **inductance**.

## What Is Mutual inductance

When current in One coil changes, there occurs a change in the flux linking with the others. As a results. there is an induced emf in other coil.

The constant of M is called as mutual inductance.

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