Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
electrical resistance, Ohm's law, quantum mechanics, electron gas, Drude theory, superconductivity, tunneling effect
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
It would seem that it is simpler and clearer than electrical resistance? Ohm's law, resistors, electrical losses in wires and the generation of heat from heating devices - we are familiar with all this since childhood. However, theorists have caught up so much fog in the intuitively clear phenomenon of resistance that its nature has become a secret behind seven seals. It happened when resistance was attributed to quantum phenomena that can no longer be visualized, but can only be described by formulas, renouncing common sense and taking on faith the dogmas of quantum mechanics. But the visual classical approach has by no means exhausted itself here, and often even better explains the riddles of resistance than quantum mechanics.