Is there a difference between the potential difference across a conductor and the current through it?
Asked by | 12th Jun, 2011, 02:31: PM
Yes, there is difference between the two. the potential difference is the difference of potentials at the ends of the conductor and current through it is the this potential difference divided by the resistance through it. the unit of potential differnce is volts and that of current is current.
Answered by | 13th Jun, 2011, 10:45: AM
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