Definitions for "Inductive Reactance"
The opposition which an inductor offers to AC for a given signal frequency.
The induction of Electromagnetic energy in a circuit that creates a counter or reverse voltage as the original current changes. It may also be thought of as a resistance since it opposes the flow of alternating current.
The opposition that an inductance offers when there is an ac or pulsating dc in a circuit. XL = 2 fL
Keywords:  resistance
The “resistance” of an inductor