# What is the action movie where in the end this married CIA agent gets a micro-bomb in his brain that can only be detonated by electric voltage?

I would say that was Mission Impossible III!

### What is a high voltage electric field?

Two plates with a voltage between them have an electric field in the space between them equal to the voltage divided by the distance. A single sphere at a high voltage has an electric field round it that decreases with distance. High voltage components have a strong electric field round them, and this can be dangerous, so it is usual to specify the maximum acceptable field and set a safe distance for people on that…

### When does the electric current flow?

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…

### Why does current flow?

It will flow if there is a voltage. Basically, that implies there is an electric field that attracts or repels charged particles. It will flow if there is a voltage. Basically, that implies there is an electric field that attracts or repels charged particles. It will flow if there is a voltage. Basically, that implies there is an electric field that attracts or repels charged particles. It will flow if there is a voltage. Basically…

### What is voltage difference measured in?

Voltage, along with electric pressure, electric tension, and electrical potential difference is measured in units of electric potential. This can be joules per coulomb or volts. Answer First of all, there is no such thing as a 'voltage difference'. Voltage is already a 'difference', as it is an alternative name for 'potential difference'! 'Voltage difference', therefore, would mean 'potential difference difference', which makes no sense! The unit for potential and potential difference (voltage) is the…

### What is the difference in the current and voltage?

Current (amperes) is the rate of flow of electric charge, in coulombs per second. Voltage, on the other hand, is the electric potential of that charge, in joules per coulomb. Current and voltage are related to resistance by Ohm's Law, which states that voltage is equal to current times resistance. There is a tendency to misuse the term "current", and to apply it, for instance as "an electric current of 120 volts". This usage is…

### Why is series connection not used for domestic purpose?

220 - 240V is the general limit for the house hold purpose and the same voltage should be supplied for all the electric componets which are using. We know, voltage will get drop after passing resistor/electric devices (which are consuming the voltage). If all components are in series, then voltage will be very less for the electric componet which is placed at last in series connection. For this reason, all connections should be placed in…

### What makes an electric cuchi?

An electric current relies on several things. First, there must be a continuous connection of conductors. Then there must be a voltage or a potential difference between two parts of a circuit. It is the voltage that causes electrons to move, so generating an electric current. The amount of current depends on both the voltage and the resistance of the circuit. The higher the voltage, the greater the current. The higher the resistance, the lower…

### Why electric current across a wire drops?

Electric current does not drop. Electric voltage, however, drops across a wire because the wire has non-zero resistance. (Do not confuse electric current with electric voltage - they are not the same.) The reason current does not drop is that, in a series circuit, according to Kirchoff's current law, the current at every point in a series circuit is the same.