The inductance constant L is the Number of turns in the wire times the ratio of the current i to the magnetic flux, which is usually a constant.
L = N*flux/i
Which leads to this relationship between voltage and current in an inductor:
v = L* D(i)
The D() function being a derivative. Because the derivative of the current will change before the current actually does, voltage leads current in an inductor.
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