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  • one year ago

What must happen to the electrons in a material to create an electric current?

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  1. anonymous
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    They have to be able to be transferred from one place to another.

  2. anonymous
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    Is that the full answer?

  3. anonymous
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    I gave the simple answer. The way the electrons get transferred from one place to another tells the full story.

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    Okay I was just making sure. My teacher can be kinda tough if I dont go into full detail. Thank you

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