I read that the memristor is described by the equation dφ=Mdq. If both sides are divided by dt, then dφ/dt=Mdq/dt.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But dφ/dt=V and dq/dt=I. Then V=MI which is ohm's law. Isn't the constant M just the same as resistance?

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# How is a memristor different from a resistor

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