In this video, we’ll look at how the current through a component depends on the potential difference which is applied across it. For some types of components, the current is proportional to the applied potential difference; we call these ohmic conductors. For other components, the behaviour is more complicated. This video ends with an overview of the core practical activity for this part of the course.
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