Power is dissipated only in the Resistor. Capacitor and Inductor only stores energy. So the power dissipation of a pure inductor is Zero.

Power is dissipated only in the Resistor. Capacitor and Inductor only stores energy. So the power dissipation of a pure inductor is Zero.

On passing A.C. through an inductor voltage leads the current.

The magnitude of inductance increases with an increase in the frequency.

For the purely resistive circuit, the power factor is 1 (perfect), because the reactive power equals zero.

The difference between peak positive and peak negative values of an A.C. voltage is called as peak-to-peak value.