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Why current remains constant in a non uniform conductor ...?

Why current remains constant in a non uniform conductor ...?

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srihari
19 Points
5 years ago
its because there is no flow of electrons,current remains constant so as charge present does not flow from place to place.
Vikas TU
14149 Points
5 years ago
Regardless lets check the potential outcomes: 
1. Current: yes, else there will be gathering of charge in the cross-segments 
2. Current thickness: no, coz cross-area is evolving 
3. Float Speed: No, coz I=neAvd and as A builds vd must reduction to keep I consistent 
4. Electric Field: No, Is a vector and if the wire has non uniform cross-area then it can't stay in one heading 
5. Electric Field Magnitude: No, coz vd is relative to E and if vd is not consistent then E can't be 

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