Study the I-V Characteristics of Non-Ohmic Resistance

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General Aim of I-V Characteristics of Non-Ohmic Resistance

Verify the nonlinear relation between current and voltage in a non-Ohmic resistor.

Method of I-V Characteristics of Non-Ohmic Resistance

General method using Non-Ohmic resistance circuits.

Objectives: I-V Characteristics of Non-Ohmic Resistance

  • Understanding the difference between the non-Ohmic resistance and Ohmic resistance (ohmic vs non ohmic resistors).

  • Set up an experiment to study the I-V characteristics of non-Ohmic resistors.

Theory of I-V Characteristics of Non-Ohmic Resistance

According to the type of material, its resistance may either obey Ohm’s law or not. This can be explained by the behavior of these materials after connection in an electric circuit. Non-Ohmic resistance is referred to the materials that are affected by the applied voltage via elevation in their temperature. Hence, the value of the resistance is increased by increasing the voltage.

I-V Characteristics of Non-Ohmic Resistance Principle of Work

In I-V characteristics of non-ohmic resistance experiment, direct measurement of the current vs the applied voltage on the non-Ohmic resistance, and verify their relation does not obey Ohm’s law.

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