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The voltage drop across a linear element equals the current through it times its resistance. Earth materials are not necessarily linear and therefore do not always obey Ohm&#x2019;s law, especially at high current densities.
 
The voltage drop across a linear element equals the current through it times its resistance. Earth materials are not necessarily linear and therefore do not always obey Ohm&#x2019;s law, especially at high current densities.
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The voltage drop across a linear element equals the current through it times its resistance. Earth materials are not necessarily linear and therefore do not always obey Ohm’s law, especially at high current densities.