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| Inductive Reactance
|The amount of inductive reactance in a circuit is proportional to:
Inductive reactance is an AC version of resistance. In fact, you can use Ohm's Law by substituding XL for R:
VL = ILXL where:
VL is the voltage across the inductor in volts