Resistance governed by the speed of the electron?

1. Mar 21, 2015

thankz

a while ago someone posted a fun question

calculate the resistance from two points on a grid of resistors going into infinity, now I know the immediate nodes determine the simple resistances between two points but the hard part is calculating the in-between resistances but if the grid stretches out to infinity the in-between resistances should be zero converging to infinity, then shouldn't the in-between resistances then depend on the speed of the electron?

tell me if I'm on the right path.

2. Mar 21, 2015

phinds

You might find it informative to Google "drift velocity".

3. Mar 22, 2015

ZapperZ

Staff Emeritus
Why is this in GD?

Zz.