Can anyone help me find some causes as to why a resistor may become non-ohmic?
Thanks in advance.
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An ideal resistor follows Ohm's law by definition.
Materials which do not follow Ohm's law are not called resistors. That being said, it is possible that a material that follows the law under standard conditions fails to do so under a wide range of conditions.
Two reasons that come to mind are,