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2014-11-06T10:39:59+05:30

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Resistivity is the measure of the resisting power of a material to the flow of the current. So more the resistivity of a material, the more it will be difficult for the current to pass through it.
Note that resistivity is a material property. It's value does not depend on how much current is flowing through it. It depends on temperature of the material.
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2014-11-06T18:53:16+05:30
If the resistivity of a material is more, then the passage of current through it will be more. In this way resistivity is related to current.
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