A varying magnetic flux causes an induced voltage (according to Faraday-Lenz law) that generates a current that generates a magnetic field that generates another magnetic flux in the same circuit. Does the Faraday-Lenz law include this self induction? In other words why cant we take that induced magnetic field and use it again inside lenz law? Another question, When you connect a battery to a circuit, and we graph Current versus time. The current slowly rises to the maximum current possible is this due to magnetic effects? or just transient state until the charges settle in to steady state?