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It's called 'reactance'. A DC you have a near short, but because of the
inductance of the windings at 60Hz you have a much higher 'impedance'
(not resistance since you are dealing with an inductor).
Any introductory electronics text will explain this in detail, right
after 'Ohm's law'.
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