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Ten founding fathers of electrical science: VI. Georg Simon Ohm

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Dibner, Bern ; Burndy Engineering Company, Inc., Norwalk, Conn.

Georg Simon Ohm, a mathematician and experimenter whose analysis established the law determining the flow of an electric current in a conductor, clarified the distinction between current intensity and quantity and “resolved a subject of vast importance, and hitherto involved in the greatest uncertainty.”

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Electrical Engineering  (Volume:73 ,  Issue: 9 )