Ohm's Law

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Ohm's law says that in an electrical circuit, the current passin throu a reseestor atween twa pynts, is relate tae the sinderin o the voltage vailyies at thae twa pynts, an inversely relatit tae the electrical conductance atween thae twa pynts. This relation is shawn in the follaein formula:

R = \frac VI

whaur I is the current in amperes, V is the potential difference in volts, an R is a constant, meisured in ohms, cried the reseestance.

The law wis diskivert by Georg Ohm an setten furth in 1827.