• anonymous
Let us say that there is an electrical circuit and it also has a inductor of inductance L. The current on the circuit is a function of time, I(t). So now we can be sure that there is always a potential drop across the inductor. And let us assume that dI(t)/dt = a, so potential difference across the inductor is L x a. So, here's my question! Will a Voltmeter connected across the inductor show the same value of potential difference, i.e. L x a ? (Also, Potential difference holds no meaning here as the Electric Field induced is non-conservative!) Help!!
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