Inductance is a physical quantity representing the ability of a change in current to induce an electromotive force. It has dimensions of [current]-2[mass][length]2[time]-2.

The idealised circuit element possessing only inductance is called an inductor. Inductance is related to the voltage and the time derivative of current by $ V = L\dot{I} $.


Inducance Inductor
1.6×10-42 H Planck inductance

See Also

Circuit Theoretic Quantities
Charge · Current
Flux linkage · Voltage
Inductance · Resistance · Elastance
Capacitance · Conductance · Reluctance