Quantum Inductance is the physical value that can be obtained from the density of states (DOS) approach, first introduced by Serge Luryi (1988)  to describe the 2D-electronic systems in silicon surfaces and AsGa junctions. This inductance is defined through standard density of states in the solids. Quantum inductance can be used in the w:Quantum Hall effect (integer and fractional) investigations as an approach which uses Quantum LC circuit.
For the standard classical series circuit the planar inductance can be defined as:
where is the vacuum permeability, is the relative permeability, is the MOSFET channel surface, is the channel cross section, is the channel depth, is the channel length, is the channel width, is the turn number of the planar induction coil, is the helix step of induction coil.
In the quantum limits, unknown parameter could be estimated by the following:
where , , H and m2. Therefore we shall have the quantum value about Compton wavelength of electron :
In the general case 2D-density of states (DOS) in a solid can be defined by the following:
where is current carriers effective mass in a solid, is the electron mass, and is a dimensionless parameter, which considers band structure of the solid. So, the quantum inductance can be defined as follows:
where is the magnetic flux quantum, is the resonator surface area, is the elementary surface area, is the coefficient of area, is the elementary quantum inductance, and another ideal quantum inductance is:
where the carrier concentration per unit area in magnetic field is:
By analogy, the quantum capacitance in the QHE mode will be:
is DOS definition of the quantum capacitance per unit area according to Luryi,  and
is the elementary quantum capacitance per unit area at , and another ideal quantum capacitance per unit area is: 
The standard wave impedance definition for the QHE LC circuit can be presented as:
where is the von Klitzing constant for resistance.
The standard resonant frequency definition for the QHE LC circuit can be presented as:
where is the standard cyclotron frequency in the magnetic field .
Quantum inductance per unit of area in a quantum dotEdit
The first quantum inductance, based on the density of states approach was introduced by Wang et al. (2007)
These authors modernized Buttiker approach (1993)
considering quantum dot (QD, labeled by “I”), placed over the metallic electrode (ME, labeled by “II”), and quantum capacitance. The quantum dot has the injected charge and induced charge per unit of area:
where injection charge is:
and induced charge is:
Therefore the resulting charge will be
where and are frequency dependent density of states for QD and ME, and are the external AC potentials applied to the QD and ME and is a frequency dependent capacitance per unit of area connected with the potentials; and are the proper frequency dependent electric potentials due to QD and ME, and is a capacitance per unit of area connected with the potentials.
From the above we can obtain the following equation for the quantum capacitance per unit of area of the considered quantum system:
The quantum density of states for QD as a function of frequency can be expressed as:
where and and
For the quantum capacitor at low frequencies, there exists a charge relaxation resistance:
for a single channel plate. Therefore, the considered system has the charge build-up time per unit of area due to the RC-time:
However, the complexity of the density of states quantum capacitance produces another dwell time parameter per unit of area, due to the quantum inductance. Actually, the general expression for quantum capacitance per unit of area can be expanded into a Taylor series to second order in frequency:
where on the right hand side is the static electrochemical capacitance.
For a classical RLC circuit with capacitance , resistance and inductance , the dynamic conductance is
Expanding this expression in power series of , we obtain
Since a capacitor conductance , we obtain the following values for quantum resistance and inductance per unit of area:
The first semi-classical resonant LC circuit was discovered by Yakymakha (1994)  during MOSFET spectroscopic investigation in the frequency band 100H – 20kH. Obtained value for the cycle resonance frequency (5088 rad/s), permits to make estimations for the quantum reactive MOSFETs parameters. Quantum capacitance was defined as:
where is the MOSFET surface area and is the flat quantum capacitance thickness.
Quantum inductance was defined as:
where is the flat quantum inductance thickness.
Experimental results prove that flat quantum inductance and capacitance thicknesses were about the Compton wavelength of electron:
The first attempts were made by Cage and Jeffery (1996)  to consider QHE devices as resonant LC circuit. These investigations were made due to the program of the AC-measuring resistor standards. However, the considered model used only classical approach to the reactive parameters of the Landau levels.