The correct option is D) Silver.
An ohmic conductor is defined as a two-terminal device in which the voltage or current characteristics have a straight line passing through the origin.
Silver, copper wire, metals are the examples of ohmic conductors.
Difference between Ohmic and non-Ohmic conductor:
- Ohmic conductors obey Ohm’s law whereas non-ohmic conductors don’t.
- Resistors are Ohmic while semiconductors are non-ohmic.