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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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  1. saugat
    • 3 years ago
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    when 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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