ohm's law is a uniersal law. then why does it not stand true for non-ohmic devices?

Asked by Drishti Rajde | 15th Sep, 2012, 09:13: PM

Expert Answer:

It is not a universal law.
its rather material dependent.
and even the non ohmic materials follow ohms law but their current densities vary differently with potential difference

Answered by  | 15th Sep, 2012, 10:30: PM

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