Large amount of current can be obtained from the small drift velocity and small electronic charge in a conductor. Why?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 21st Apr, 2014, 12:44: PM
Magnitude of current depends upon the electron density. The density of electrons per unit area is so enormous, that a small drift in electrons produce a large amount of current in a conductor.
Answered by | 21st Apr, 2014, 02:44: PM
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