Ic=C*dv/dt comes from Q=CV.

V(Voltage across inductor)=L*di/dt comes from what?

I found that integral of (v*dt)=L*integral of (di)

Replacing v by R*I, and replacing I by dq/dt we have that

Integral of (R*dq/dt*dt)=L*integral of (di)

Integral of (R*dq)=L*integral of (di)

OBS.: limits are from 0 and 0 to q and i, respectively.

R*Q=L*I

L=RQ/I

So that means inductance is proportional to the resistance of the inductor?

I think I did a big mistake and a maybe a big confusion but, at least, I tried to find.

The question remains the same.