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What is Inductive Reactance?
Inductive reactance describes the opposition of an inductor present to the flow of AC. When AC voltage is applied to an inductor, as a result, it makes an electromotive force (EMF) that creates a magnetic field.
This magnetic field stores energy in the form of electromagnetic flux. As the direction of the AC changes, the magnetic field also changes, generating a counter-electromotive force that opposes the flow of the current.