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What happens when a dc voltage is applied to an inductor?

A conductor produces a magnetic field when a current passes through it. The shape of the Inductor makes it capable of producing a magnetic field with lines leaving at one end and coming back at another. Inductors are called electromagnets because they act as Magnets for a DC.

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