# Inductor Impedance Calculator

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The impedance \( Z_L \) of an inductor of inductance \( L \), in complex form, is given by
\( Z_L = j \; X_L \)

where \( j \) is the imaginary unit and \( X_L = \omega \; L \) is the inductive reactance in Ohms \( ( \Omega ) \)

In polar form , \( Z_L \) is writtean as

\( Z_L = X_L \; \angle \; 90^{\circ} \) or \( Z_L = X_L \; \angle \; \dfrac{\pi}{2} \)

\( \omega = 2 \pi f \) is the angular frequency in radians per second (rad/s) and \( f \) is the frequency in Hertz (Hz).

This calculator calculates angular frequency \( \omega \), the inductive reactance \( X_L \) and the impedance \( Z_L \) in complex standard and polar forms.

## Use of the calculator

Enter the inductance \( L \) and the frequency \( f \) and press "Calculate".
## Results

in complex form

in polar form with phase in degrees

in polar form with phase in radians

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