Ohm's Law


Ohm's law is an important derivation in physics. It was derived by GS Ohm in 1828. It states that Electric potential across a conductor is directly proportional to electrical current.

ie 

where V is the electric potential across an conductor and I is the amount of current flowing through the conductor

On removing the proportionality sign, where R is an constant. R is equal to the electrical resistance of the conductor.




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