Hi， everyone, I have a question about the capacitor modeling.

We all know there will be time-varying electrical coupling between the two plates, in the form of displacement current. Since there is the time-varying electrical coupling, it will cause the time-varying magnetic field, which means part of the energy is stored in magnetic field. And the electrical coupling can be represented by a capacitor for simplicity. So, my question is that can I use a inductor to represent the induced magnetic field?

Usually, the definition of the inductor is derived on the basis of the conducting current not the displacement current, but according to the maxwell function, the time-varying displacement currents also contribute to the induced magnetic field. This puzzled me a lot

Anyone how knows the answer, please help me!