I was reading there that if you apply an electromotive force of 1 vole to a wire with a resistance of 1 ohm it will cause a current of 1 ampere to flow. If I was to obtain a wire with no resistance at all and applied 1 volt to it would it still cause a current of 1 amp to flow or would the current be insanely high because theres nothing stopping it? Its impossible to use Ohms law when it comes to superconductors because dividing anything by 0 leaves the answer undefined. I read a bit about the superconductor theory but I didnt get into the technical details like exactly what kind of current flows at a given voltage etc. BTW whats that site that lets you host big files so people can download them? I have a good electronics ebook I'll upload.