Changing the amount of voltage applied to an inductor causes a corresponding change in current through the inductor.
Due to the property of self-inductance, however, changes in inductor current always lag behind the changes in applied voltage.
When the applied voltage is a sinusoidal waveform, the voltage is changing constantly and the current is constantly lagging behind.
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