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If an inductor is traversed in the direction opposite of the current, how does the potential change adjust?

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    what is the initial condition?

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    do you mean by what mechanism, or how would you calculate the change? If the latter, then the change in potential is given by +L(dI/dt)... the change in potential is a transient

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