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Unformatted text preview: Poms * ELECTRflHdGNETMN-WUCTMN “' WHEN * reflectance [339] © on inductor is a tightly wound coil of negligible resistance employed as acircuit element. 1l'lihich .i‘ a E H i. of the following describe the behavior of an inductor in a DC circuit. a. An inductor decreases the amount of energyr required to establish a given current through the circuit. h. The greater the current through an inductor, the more energyr it stores. c. An inductor shortens the time that current continues to flow after the circuit is switched off. d When the circuit is turned on. current flows only.»r until enough charge accumulates within the inductor coils to oppose the applied voltage. ...
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