What a weird question, isn't it? An inductor is not a capacitor, how can it have capacity? In fact, in my Coil and resistor induction paradox I have found that in an induced loop there is separation of charge due to the induced force on free electrons (see Figure 1) such that near the end B there are more free electrons than near A. I want to test this idea by the experiment shown in Figure 2. The magnetic field of the varying current will charge the 2 ends of the solenoid with opposite charges. So, the 2 conductor foils will be attracted by the solenoid and move.
What do you think of this experiment? Will the foils move?
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What is the capacity of an inductor?