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Ohm's Law

Students measure the current and voltage across a resistor while varying the output voltage, A graph of voltage versus current will reveal Ohm's Law.

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations

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Ohm's Law - Distance Learning Lab

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We measure the current and voltage across a resistor while varying the output voltage. A graph of voltage vs current will reveal Ohm's Law. DOWNLOADS (Teachers,...

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