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Electrical Conductivity in Metals
Elementary conductivity theory is an extension of free electron theory, in which the electrons in a metal are treated as a gas of negatively charged free particles. In a metallic crystal, the average ...
Georg Simon Ohm
(1787–1854) German physicist,who taught in Cologne, Berlin, Nuremberg, and finally (1849) Munich. He is best known for formulating Ohm's law in 1827. The unit of electrical resistance is named after ...
Ohm's law Reference library
Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2 ed.)
a law stating that under constant conditions the current, I, flowing through a given conductor is proportional to the
Ohm's law Quick reference
Statement that the amount of steady current through a material is proportional to the voltage across the material. For example,