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electrons in a conductor have no motion in the absence of a potential difference across it. is this statement true or false??

electrons in a conductor have no motion in the absence of a potential difference across it. is this statement true or false??

Grade:12

1 Answers

erra akhil
208 Points
6 years ago
Dear Surya,
This statement if false.
Because free electrons are in random motion before potential difference is applied.
And when potential is applied then the allign themselves in particular direction.
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