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I am having difficulties to draw the following circuit in circuitikz:

Especially when it comes to drawing R1 and R2 branched to op amp.+

Schematic

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The terminals of opamp can be accessed using opamp.+, opamp.- and opamp.out. The network nodes can also be named while drawing the resistors using node option. Then just connecting these named nodes finishes the job.

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\documentclass[border=3mm]{standalone}
\usepackage{circuitikz}
\begin{document}
\begin{circuitikz}\draw
(1.5,0) node [op amp] (opamp) {}
(-3,-4)node[ground]{} to[sV] ++(0,2) to[R,a=$2\,k\Omega$, l=$R_1$] ++(3,0)node(i1){} to[R,a=$1\,k\Omega$, l=$R_2$] ++(3,0)node(i2){}
(-3,2)node[ground]{} to[R,a=$2\,k\Omega$, l=$R_4$] ++(3,0)node(i3){} to[R,a=$2\,k\Omega$, l=$R_3$] ++(3,0) node(i4){}
(i1.center) to[short,*-] (i1.center|-opamp.+) -- (opamp.+)
(i3.center) to[short,*-] (i3.center|-opamp.-) -- (opamp.-)
(i4.center) to[short,-*] (i4.center|-opamp.out) to[R,a=$1\,k\Omega$, l=$R_5$,-*](i2.center) to[R,european,l=load] ++(0,-2)node[ground]{}
(i4.center|-opamp.out) -- (opamp.out)
;\end{circuitikz}
\end{document}
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a small variation of nice nidhin answer:

  • for units are used siunitx syntax
  • for auxiliary coordinates are used coordinate and not node
  • drawing is different organised

    \documentclass[border=3mm]{standalone}
    \usepackage[siunitx]{circuitikz}
    
    \begin{document}
    \begin{circuitikz}
    % drawn from bottom to top
    % lower branch
    \draw  node [ground]{}
            to  [sV]                        ++ (0,2)
            to  [R, a=2<\kilo\ohm>,l=$R_1$] ++ (3,0)    coordinate (n1)
            to  [R, a=1<\kilo\ohm>,l=$R_2$] ++ (3,0)    coordinate (n2)
            to  [R, l=load]                 ++ (0,-2)
           node [ground]{}
    % operational amplifier branch
    (n1)    to  [short,*-]                  ++ (0,1.5)
           node [op amp, anchor=+] (A) {}
    (A.out) to  [short,-*]              (A.out -| n2)
            to  [R, a=1<\kilo\ohm>,l=$R_5$,-*]   (n2)
    (A.-)   to  [short,-*]                  ++ (0,1.5)  coordinate (n3)
    % upper branch
            to  [R, l=2<\kilo\ohm>,a=$R_4$] ++ (-3,0)
           node [ground]{}
    (n3)    to  [R, a=2<\kilo\ohm>,l=$R_3$] ++ (3,0)
            to  (A.out -|n2)
            ;
    \end{circuitikz}
    \end{document}
    

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