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Discussion Forum : Resistance and Power - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
The resistivity of copper is:
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Kavita said: 4 years ago
Please explain the answer in detail.
Swathi said: 4 years ago
Resistivity unit is ohm m not ohm. And resistivity of copper annealed is 1.72*10-8 at temp.00393.
Eric said: 5 years ago
How it is 10.7? Please explain in detail.
Gopabandhu pradhan said: 5 years ago
Ganesh mohan said: 5 years ago
It is 1.7 * 10^(-8) Ω m.
Lakshya said: 6 years ago
Can anyone give brief explanation?
ROHITBABA said: 8 years ago
You are question options units are wrong the unit of resistivity is ohm-m the resistivity of copper is at 20 degree is about 1.07*10^-6 ohm-m.
Ankit jain said: 9 years ago
Please explain how copper resistivity is 10.7?
Ravi said: 10 years ago
Can you explain the calculation of aluminium & copper resistivity?
Mayur jain said: 1 decade ago
How it is calculated?
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