# How do you find the resistivity of nichrome wire

## How do you find the resistivity of nichrome?

Measured length of nichrome wire = 0.951 m. Resistance of wire = 29.3 – 0.02 = 29.1 Ω. The resistivity of nichrome is

**1.06×10−6 Ω�**�.## What is the resistivity of A nichrome wire?

Resistivity of some common materials

Material | Resistivity (OHM-CMIL/FT) | Resistivity (10−6 OHM-CM) |
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Nichrome | 675 |
112.2 |

Nichrome V | 650 | 108.1 |

Nickel | 41.69 | 6.93 |

Platinum | 63.16 | 10.5 |

## How do you find the resistivity of A wire?

Resistivity, commonly symbolized by the Greek letter rho, ρ, is quantitatively equal to the resistance R of a specimen such as a wire,

**multiplied by its cross-sectional area A, and divided by its length l; ρ = RA/l**. The unit of resistance is the ohm.## What is the resistivity of nichrome 1?

Resistivity and Temperature Coefficient at 20 C

Material | Resistivity ρ (ohm m) | Ref |
---|---|---|

Lead | 22 | 1 |

Mercury | 98 | 1 |

Nichrome (Ni,Fe,Cr alloy) | 100 |
1 |

Constantan | 49 | 1 |

## How do you measure resistivity?

The most common way of measuring the resistivity of a semiconductor material is by

**using a four-point collinear probe**. This technique involves bringing four equally spaced probes in contact with a material of unknown resistance. The probe array is placed in the center of the material, as shown in Figure 1.## What is resistivity method?

The electrical resistivity method involves

**the measurement of the apparent resistivity of soils and rock as a function of depth or position**. … It is calculated by dividing the measured potential difference by the input current and multiplying by a geometric factor specific to the array being used and electrode spacing.## What is rho of a Nichrome wire?

where ρ is called the resistivity of the material, R is the resistance, l is the length and A represents a cross-sectional area. The unit of resistivity is then ohm-meters (Ωm).

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Resistivity of Nichrome.

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Resistivity of Nichrome.

Material | Resistivity (Ωm × 10^{8}) |
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Nichrome | 112 |

## What is the resistivity of a constantan wire?

Constantan alloy

Its resistivity **(4.9 x 10 ^{−}^{7} Ω·m)** is high enough to achieve suitable resistance values in even very small grids, and its temperature coefficient of resistance is fairly low. In addition, constantan is characterized by good fatigue life and relatively high elongation capability.

## How do you calculate the resistivity of copper?

b) A wire made of a copper alloy is 5 m in length and has a cross-sectional area 1 mm

…

resistivity = resistance × area / length.

^{2}. Its resistance is 0.15 W. Calculate the resistivity of this alloy.…

resistivity = resistance × area / length.

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## What is the resistivity of steel?

The resistivity of steel is on the order of

**10**.^{−}^{7}Ωm## What is CBSE 10th resistivity?

Electrical resistivity is

**the reciprocal of electrical conductivity**. It is the measure of the ability of a material to oppose the flow of current. … Resistivity is defined as the electrical resistance of a conductor of unit cross-sectional area and unit length.## What is the resistivity of aluminum?

2.82 x 10

^{–}^{8}Element | Resistivity at 20 °C (Ω.m) |
---|---|

Aluminum | 2.82 x 10^{–}^{8} |

Carbon (Graphite) | 3.5 x 10^{–}^{5} |

Constantan | 4.9 x 10^{–}^{7} |

Copper | 1.7 x 10^{–}^{8} |

## How do you find the resistivity of a semiconductor?

The resistance R of a cylinder of length L and cross-sectional area A is

**R=ρLA R = ρ L A**, where ρ is the resistivity of the material. Values of ρ in Table 1 show that materials fall into three groups—conductors, semiconductors, and insulators.## How do you find resistivity from temperature?

The resistivity of materials depends on the temperature as

**ρt = ρ0 [1 + α (T – T0)**. This is the equation that shows the relationship between the resistivity and the temperature.## How do you find the resistivity of alloys?

The resistivity of alloys varies with

**atomic fraction X as ρ = ρmatrix + CX(1 − X)**, where C is called the Nordheim coefficient. For Cu-Au alloys, for small Cu fractions in Au, ρmatrix ≡ ρCu, and for small Au fractions ρmatrix = ρAu. (a) At 20◦ C, ρCu = 16.8 nΩm and ρAu = 24.4 nΩm.## What is the resistivity of a semiconductor?

Semiconductors have resistivity in the range of

**10-5 to 106Ωm**.## What is the resistivity of an extrinsic semiconductor?

The resistivity of an n-type extrinsic semiconductor is

**0.25 12-m**.## How is resistivity used in pharmaceutical industry?

The resistivity of these propellants

**impacts the charge characteristics**of the active pharmaceutical ingredients delivered to patients thereby affecting medicine deposition in the lungs.## How do you calculate the resistivity of the four probe method?

## How do you find the resistivity of a graph?

By plotting R on the Y axis and L on the x-axis we can obtain a straight line graph. The graph will go through the origin and the gradient of the graph will be the resistivity of the wire divided by the cross sectional area. We can then determine the resistivity by

**multiplying the gradient by the cross sectional area**.