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English: A picture of the usual depiction of mutual inductance. The two vertical lines between the inductors indicate a solid core that the wires of the inductor are wrapped around. "n:m" shows the ratio between the number of windings of the left inductor to windings of the right inductor. This picture also shows the [[:en:dot convention|dot convention]].
Date 15 April 2006 (original upload date)
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