Question:

Material Conductivity, o (12.m)-1 Resistivity, p (22.m) Temperature Coefficient, a (°C)-1 C Conductors Silver 6.29 X 107 1.59 x

Material
Conductivity, o
(12.m)-1
Resistivity, p
(22.m)
Temperature
Coefficient,
a
(°C)-1
C
Conductors
Silver
6.29 X 107
1.59 x 10-8
0.0038
Copper
5.95 x 107
1.68 x 10-8
0.0039
Gold
You are planning a circuit where you need a resistor that can work within a range of
temperatures. This resistor is made out of silver (see the table in your textbook for
information about silver). This resistor will be cylindrical with a radius of 7.60 pm
and a Length L = 1.03 cm.
You are going to test the resistor by taking it outside, which currently has a
temperature of T = 13.00 degrees Celsius.
4.10 x 107
2.44 x 10-8
0.0034
Aluminum
3.77 x 107
2.65 x 10-8
0.0039
Tungsten
1.79 x 107
5.60 x 10-8
0.0045
What is the resistance you predict for this resistor when you measure its value
outside based on the measurements, materials and temperature?
Make sure to put your answer in using units of Ohms.
Iron
1.03 x 107
9.71 x 10-8
0.0065

Material Conductivity, o (12.m)-1 Resistivity, p (22.m) Temperature Coefficient, a (°C)-1 C Conductors Silver 6.29 X 107 1.59 x 10-8 0.0038 Copper 5.95 x 107 1.68 x 10-8 0.0039 Gold You are planning a circuit where you need a resistor that can work within a range of temperatures. This resistor is made out of silver (see the table in your textbook for information about silver). This resistor will be cylindrical with a radius of 7.60 pm and a Length L = 1.03 cm. You are going to test the resistor by taking it outside, which currently has a temperature of T = 13.00 degrees Celsius. 4.10 x 107 2.44 x 10-8 0.0034 Aluminum 3.77 x 107 2.65 x 10-8 0.0039 Tungsten 1.79 x 107 5.60 x 10-8 0.0045 What is the resistance you predict for this resistor when you measure its value outside based on the measurements, materials and temperature? Make sure to put your answer in using units of Ohms. Iron 1.03 x 107 9.71 x 10-8 0.0065