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How does the relation $\Delta V=i R$ apply to resistors that do not obey Ohm's law?

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1 of 2This equation defines the resistance for both ohmic and nonohmic objects. For nonohmic devices we have the resistance $R$ for a particular value of $\Delta V$, and for a different $\Delta V$ a different value of R will be obtained.

For ohmic devices we get the same value of $R$ for any $\Delta V$.

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