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How to use inductor in a sentence
These two elements control the flow of current in the circuit, and the inductor is a Josephson Junction, which is an aluminum oxide nanoscale junction.IBM’s latest quantum chip breaks the elusive 100-qubit barrier | Charlotte Hu | November 19, 2021 | Popular-Science
The layout of the system looks like an inductor in parallel with a capacitor.IBM’s latest quantum chip breaks the elusive 100-qubit barrier | Charlotte Hu | November 19, 2021 | Popular-Science
My companion and inductor was a certain ‘Uncle Abe,’ a gentleman very much after the style and complexion of our own Jake here.The Hunters' Feast | Mayne Reid
My thermic inductor transformers melted last week and I'm all in the air.The Man Who Rocked the Earth | Arthur Train
Such alternators have stationary armatures in all cases and are of either the revolving magnet or inductor type.Electric Transmission of Water Power | Alton D. Adams
British Dictionary definitions for inductor
a person or thing that inducts
a component, such as a coil, in an electrical circuit the main function of which is to produce inductance
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Scientific definitions for inductor
An electrical component or circuit, especially an induction coil, that introduces inductance into a circuit.
A substance that causes an induced reaction. Unlike a catalyst, an inductor is irreversibly transformed in the reaction.
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