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Given that the speed of random motion of a free electron is very high(about 100km/s)and that there are hundreds of such electron in an isolated conductor,`why can`t we feel such vigorous motion when we touch that conductor`?

Given that the speed of random motion of a free electron is very high(about 100km/s)and that there are hundreds of such electron in an isolated conductor,`why can`t we feel such vigorous motion when we touch that conductor`?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Rabik John
33 Points
3 years ago
Electrons are very small particles, and in the absence of an external field they are moving randomly and are colliding with each other and there is no net flow of them in a given direction so we cannot feel their movement by touching conductor but if we apply an external field we can feel their movement by the current

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