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21.2 Ohm's Law

Electric current (i) flows through a metal conductor, when potential difference (v) is applied to the conductor. The current is proportional to p.d. so long as the physical state of the conductor remains uncharged.

where R is constant for a given conductor. It is called the conductor's Electrical Resistance.


21.1 Electric Current
21.2 Ohm'z Law
21.3 Kirchoff's Laws
21.4 Series and Parallel combination of Resistance

Chapter 22

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