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How does an inductor affect an ac circuit?

A magnetic field is created by an inductor. During the positive half cycle of the source voltage, an inductor will store energy in the form of a magnetic field, and during the negative half cycle, it will release the same energy that it previously stored. When the supply is an A.C., this is what happens.

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