difference in self inductance voltage when switching on and off


by kimphysics
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Jul8-11, 02:17 AM
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why is higher voltage being induced when switching off than switching on a RL circuit?
I don't understand why electric current goes up slower in former and falls sharply in latter.
Isn't it a symmetric situation?
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