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Ohm's Law

The relationship between voltage*, resistance* and current* is expressed in Ohm's Law which is named after the physicist who discovered it.

Ohm's Law most simply translates to the equation, V = IR, or:

Voltage = Current × Resistance

This is all, however, at a constant temperature.

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