# If we have a copper of length l, how would you arrange it to obtain the maximum inductance?

## If we have a copper of length l, how would you arrange it to obtain the maximum inductance?

## If we have a copper of length l, how would you arrange it to obtain the maximum inductance?

Inductance is a measure of the size of the back electromotive force that given inductor will induce on itself. The inductance depends upon the physical structure of the circuit element and not upon the current or voltage across the inductor.So, to maximize the indictance of a copper wire it needs to be arranged such that the electro-magnetic fields produced by the wire sum together. That configuration is a coil, or a solenoid.

**If we have a copper of length l, how would you arrange it to obtain the maximum inductance?**

If we have a copper of length l, how would you arrange it to obtain the maximum inductance?

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If we have a copper of length l, how would you arrange it to obtain the maximum inductance?

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