inductive reactance

noun Electricity.
the opposition of inductance to alternating current, equal to the product of the angular frequency of the current times the self-inductance. Symbol: X L


Origin:
1910–15

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The spike on the incident edge of the pulse indicates that the transformer has some inductive reactance.
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