Resistance in case of non Ohmic current voltage relation.
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Mar29-12, 10:35 AM
A non Ohmic relation of current and voltage is I=α(exp(eV/kT)-1). Where α,K,T,e are constant. What will be the incremental resistance?
My question is if it don't follow the Ohmic equation then how it possible to find the resistance?
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