A pure inductive circuit is one in which inductance (L) is the only quantity in the circuit, with no other components such as resistance or capacitance. In this form of circuit, the current is 90 degrees behind the voltage.
For the purely inductive circuit, the power factor is zero, because true power equals zero.
There is no internal resistance in a pure inductor or pure capacitor. If the inductor or capacitor's internal resistance is zero, the voltage and current will always be 90 degrees out of phase. and so, P=0. Even so, the circuit will have reactive power.
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