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How do charges move through an insulated wire connected across a battery? Use the terms potential difference, current, conductor, and insulator in your answer.
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PLEASEEE HELP PLEASEEE!!: How do charges move through an insulated wire connected across a battery? Use the terms potential difference, current, conductor, and insulator in your answer.

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saugat
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1when an insulated wire is connected across the battery which is the source of p.d .. then charges from negative terminal flow through the wire(inside the wire) as they find a path for their movement and as certain work is done on the charges which causes them to flow ....
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