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#2: Post edited by user avatar Olin Lathrop‭ · 2022-07-28T12:58:42Z (2 months ago)
  • <blockquot>Can we use other laws of electromagnetism to calculate the inductance of a piece of wire just like we used Gauss's law to calculate the capacitance of the 2 seperated conductors?</blockquote>
  • Yes. The inductance of a length of wire is a function of the diameter of that wire and the material around it.
  • <blockquote>Can we use other laws of electromagnetism to calculate the inductance of a piece of wire just like we used Gauss's law to calculate the capacitance of the 2 seperated conductors?</blockquote>
  • Yes. The inductance of a length of wire is a function of the diameter of that wire and the material around it.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Olin Lathrop‭ · 2022-07-28T12:58:23Z (2 months ago)
<blockquot>Can we use other laws of electromagnetism to calculate the inductance of a piece of wire just like we used Gauss's law to calculate the capacitance of the 2 seperated conductors?</blockquote>

Yes.  The inductance of a length of wire is a function of the diameter of that wire and the material around it.