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Ohm's Law

Ohm’s law states: The strength of the electric current flowing through an object is proportional to the electric voltage. More precisely, if the electrical resistance, defined as the quotient of voltage to amperage, is constant, I.e., independent of voltage and amperage, Ohm’s law applies to the object; the object then has an ohmic behaviour. The name of the law honours Georg Simon Ohm, who was the first to prove this relationship conclusively for some simple electrical conductors.