direction of flow of charge.???

Asked by 24-02-1994 | 3rd Nov, 2009, 10:04: PM

Expert Answer:

The electric current is said to flow from the region of higher potential ( conductor having deficiency of electrons is positively charged and said to be at higher potential) to the region of lower potential ( conductor having excess of electrons is negatively charged and said to be at lower potential);( conventional direction of electric current ) , i.e. in the direction opposite to the direction of flow of electrons which actually constitues the electric current between two conductors.

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Answered by  | 3rd Nov, 2009, 10:51: PM

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