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Ohm's Law
Ohm's Law
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Ohm's Law, Resistance and Resistivity
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Dependence of Resistance on Shape, Size,Resistivity and Temperature
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Ohm's Law
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Current in Resistor for varying cross-section area
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Simple Problems Based on Ohm's Law
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Resistance and Resistivity
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Factors Affecting Resistance
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Factors Affecting Resistance
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Ohm's Law
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Ohm's Law, Resistance and Resistivity
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Dependence of Resistance on Shape, Size and Resistivity
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Important Questions
A wire of length L and resistance R is stretched so that the length is doubled and area of cross section halved. How will (i) resistance change and (ii) resistivity change.
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On what factors does the resistance of a conductor depends ? Write SI unit of resistance
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(a) State Ohm's law.
(b) Describe an experiment to verify this law.
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What length of copper wire of resistivity
$1.7×10_{−8}Ωm$
and radius 1 mm is required so that its resistance is
$1Ω$
?
Medium
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State Ohms law?
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State and explain Ohm's law.
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A given length of a wire is doubled on itself and this process is repeated once again. By what factor does the resistance of the wire change?
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The voltage - current
$(V−I)$
graph of a metallic conductor at two different temperature
$T_{1}$
and
$T_{2}$
is shown below. At which temperature is the resistance higher?
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State Ohm's law. Draw a graph between voltage and current for a metallic conductor. Draw a circuit diagram of a circuit which consists of battery, ammeter, voltmeter, resistor, rheostat and a key.
Medium
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State Ohms law. Write the necessary conditions for its validity. How is this law verified experimentally? What will be the nature of graph between potential difference and current for a conductor? Name the physical quantity that can be obtained from this graph.
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