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Georg Simon Ohm

(1787—1854)


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(1787–1854) German physicist,

who taught in Cologne, Berlin, Nuremberg, and finally (1849) Munich. He is best known for formulating Ohm's law in 1827. The unit of electrical resistance is named after him.

Subjects: Science and Mathematics.


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