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recently, I did a experiment about insulating coating on a powder.

and I measured resistance with various voltage.

according to Ohm's law, the resistance is constant

however, my sample showed different resistance with difference V.

At every voltage, I checked the currents and the resistance and their multiplies(I*R) show same voltages.

Is it possible that resistance changes?

Please, explain me if anyone can...

and I measured resistance with various voltage.

according to Ohm's law, the resistance is constant

however, my sample showed different resistance with difference V.

At every voltage, I checked the currents and the resistance and their multiplies(I*R) show same voltages.

Is it possible that resistance changes?

Please, explain me if anyone can...

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