Physics
Ohm's Law
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Gintautas Stonys
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Brief Description
Explanation and exercises about Ohm's Law.

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Ohm's its a law stating that electric current is proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance.


In a closed circuit, the current changes proportionally to voltage at constant resistance. If the resistance is changed at constant voltage, current and resistance behave inversely proportional to each other.

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Experiments


In order to plot the curve I = f (U) first set up the experiment in accordance with figure 1 and measure the currents respectively at the resistances and voltages specified in table 1.

    

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Figure 1




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