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self–inductance

noun self–in·duc·tance \-ˈdək-tən(t)s\

Definition of SELF-INDUCTANCE

:  inductance in which an electromotive force is produced by self-induction

First Known Use of SELF-INDUCTANCE

1888

self–inductance

noun self–in·duc·tance \-in-ˈdək-tən(t)s\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of SELF–INDUCTANCE

:  inductance that induces an electromotive force in the same circuit as the one in which the current varies

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