The movement of electron towards the high potential causes
electric current to flow in a circuit.
Voltage causes current to flow in an electric circuit.
A potential difference applied across the circuit will cause of flow of charges (a current) through the circuit.
The resistance of the load is what causes an electric current to flow in a circuit.
When there is corrosion in a circuit, it results in lower current flow. This is because corrosion actually causes resistance.
something to resist the flow
Voltage is an electrical force or pressure that causes current to flow in a circuit. It is an additive in a series circuit.
A electrical from a battery is the flow of elecrons through a circuit in the opposite dirrection to the current flow. This current flow also happens inside the battery between the plates.
There are two possible causes: 1. The circuit has no Voltage applied to it. 2. The resistance of the circuit is INFINITE.
Current cannot flow in a circuit that is incomplete (open). There must be a current path (a complete circuit) to facilitate current flow.
an opposition to current flow that occurs in alternating current circuit is called?
yes! because circuit is active when there is a current flow throw it.
A circuit must be closed in order for a current to flow because it helps keep a current flow pass. When the switch is closed on a circuit there is a constant flow. When the switches open the flow is disturbed around the circuit.
the open circuit in which current is not easily flow and in closed circuit the current is easily flow because circuit is closed
current in a circuit will flow in a unidirectional manner and when it passes through a resistor in the circuit it opposes its direction
A load increases the flow of electrical current in a series circuit. No load, no flow.