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Q- If a ideal wire (having no resistance) is connected to a DC power supply of Voltage(V), what will be the current in the wire? And if current i=0, is the potential difference still V?

Q- If a ideal wire (having no resistance) is connected to a DC power supply of Voltage(V), what will be the current in the wire?


And if current i=0, is the potential difference still V?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Mainak Chakraborty
34 Points
10 years ago

The current will be infinite as I = V/R &  'potential diff.' i.e V isn't developed as there is no R.

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