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 A standard or Ohmic resistor is used in situations where the value of resistance is considered as constant.
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ohmic resistors are those resistors that obey the rules of ohm 's law ,eg all metallic conductors ,the graph is a straight line .while they non ohmic resistors do not obey the rules of ohm 's law , eg diode valve , the graph is curved in nature.
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Non_Ohmic resistor is the resistor which does not support Ohms law. The examples are Capacitors and Inductors .

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