• ganeshie8
hi i am doing lec13 now. one question is troubling me from many days. im confused thinking of how charge gets distributed in a series network of resistors. imagine a series network with battery, and two resisters R1 and R2. 1) It is clear to me how battery creates potential difference by chemical reaction. It creates charge difference across its plates continuously. 2) It is also clear to me how charge gets uniformly distributed in a conductor. Now, since a resistor drops the potential from one end to other, there should be difference in charge density as we go from one end of the resistor to other, right ? how this actually happens... the charge distribution along the loop ? can somebody pls explain this clearly... without referring to QM ? [ i am believing "potential difference is an effect of electric field, which is an effect of net charge or charge difference" ]
MIT 8.02 Electricity and Magnetism, Spring 2002
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