what is the force which pushes the electrons through wires?
Asked by ezhuvathsuraj | 12th Jun, 2015, 04:43: PM
When a source of electrcity (bettery or cell) is connected between the ends of a metal wire, electric force acts on the electrons present in the wire. Since, electron is negatively charged, they strat moving from the negative end of the wire to the positve end of the wire. This flow of electrons in the wire constitutes the elctric current in the wire.
Answered by Yashvanti Jain | 15th Dec, 2017, 11:51: AM
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