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kavin bala s Grade: 9
        
ACCORDING OHMS LAW V=IR.IN SUPER CONDUCTORS R=0.THEN WHY  VOLTAGE MUST BE ZERO.FOR ME IT IS THEORITICALLY WRONG.
one year ago

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Umakant biswal
5362 Points
										
dear kavin 
ohm’s law holds correct for only conducters where resistance have some value , 
its not hold true for super conducter and diodes also , 
and 1 more thing – superconducters are the extreme cases , i mean a material exhibit superconductivity at a perticular temp scale and maintaining that will be much difficult . 
OHMS LAW HOLD TURE FOR CERTAIN CONDITION , 
HOPE IT CLEARS NOW 
REGARDS 
one year ago
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