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Does current depend on velocity of electrons?Say,there is a uniform beam of electrons accelerating in presence of external field E in an infinite cylinderical vacuum..(i mean it's not a conductor or anything like that..just vacuum).Then if we take 2 equal cross sections in the cylinder having some distance b/w them,then velocities are obviously equal,will the current also be eqaul?


 Does current depend on velocity of electrons?Say,there is a uniform beam of electrons accelerating in presence of external field E in an infinite cylinderical vacuum..(i mean it's not a conductor or anything like that..just vacuum).Then if we take 2 equal cross sections in the cylinder having some distance b/w them,then velocities are obviously equal,will the current also be eqaul?


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