In which of the following cases is Ohm’s law not applicable?#ohmslaw #question #physics #theoryofohm - Study24x7
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  • Ohm's law is not applicable in the case of an insulator, As mentioned in Ohm's law, it is only applicable to conductors, which states that it can only apply to insulator
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