Q: What happens to an electric current when a circuit is closed?

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an electric current can only flow when it has a closed path, or closed circuit, to flow through.

The electric current can flow in a closed circuit because the path is closed.

An electric current goes through an electric circuit, if it is closed.

An electric current will flow if there is a voltage, and a conducting path (usually a closed circuit is required).An electric current will flow if there is a voltage, and a conducting path (usually a closed circuit is required).An electric current will flow if there is a voltage, and a conducting path (usually a closed circuit is required).An electric current will flow if there is a voltage, and a conducting path (usually a closed circuit is required).

No. Current flows in a closed circuit.

A closed path through which a current can flow is called a circuit. Electric Circuit:)

Electric Current

An electric circuit through which current can flow in an uninterrupted path

This is a closed circuit.

A closed circuit.

It's just a fact of life, you need a closed circuit to carry a current.

electric current flows in closed loops

Current flows

circuit

The name for the status of a circuit that has breaks which electric current that can't flow is called a Closed Circuit. Electric current cannot flow through an open circuit.

An electrical circuit

Circuit

A closed circuit

A Circuit

Electric current can flow through a continuous path which can also be described as a closed circuit. Conversely, any break or opening in a circuit is called an open circuit. Charges can only flow through a closed circuit.

"closed" "complete" (loop)

closed

When electric current flows through a metal wire the circuit is said to be closed.

An electric circuit needs to be closed to allow the load on the circuit to operate.

An Electric PathA complete path for an electric current to follow is called a closed circuit. Ampere is the SI unit for measuring an electric current.