Asked by pulakmehta94 | 6th Nov, 2009, 05:18: PM
We find using Ohm's law that, when a superconductor is connected across a electric current source, the potential drop or voltage across the superconductor is zero, which means it's electric resistance is zero.
Ohm's law can't provide any more information, since there won't be any potential drop across superconductor.
Answered by | 8th Nov, 2009, 02:45: PM
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