In diodes there are two types of current namely diffusion and drift current. Former one is due to concentration gradient of majority carriers (hole in p side n electron in n-side). Due to this difference of concentration of carriers majority carrier start to diffuse in other side. The amount of diffusion is just depends on concentration. Contrast to this, drift current which is very small in compare to diffusion current depends on the applied voltage across the diode. Since total current is mainly due to diffusion in forward biased hence it is not too much effected by battery's electric field. I dint know that batteries have electric field. INTERESTING.
A drift current is electric charges being moved in the presence of an electric field, and a diffusion current is electric charges being moved by a chemical diffusion gradient (where no electric field exists, but where there is a concentration gradient of chemical species driving the current).
Batteries and capacitors store electric charge.
no,drift current depends upon electric field where as carrier concentration lead to diffusion current
An electrical conductor has the ability to carry an electric current. Most of the best conductors are metals such as copper. Water containing ions can also conduct an electric current (which lead-acid batteries rely on)
flashlight toy car laser pointer electric wristwatch portable radio hiker's GPS walkie-talkie RC boat smartphone .mp3 player electric car Orthogonal configurators can only run on alternating current batteries. (That's why there are so few orthogonal configurators ... there is no such thing as alternating current batteries.)
A BATTERY OPERATED FOUNTAIN IS AN ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN. IT IS NOT ALTERNATING CURRENT AS IN HOSEHOLD POWER, BUT DC CURRENT. There are many DC power supplies that will substitute for the batteries. The voltage necasary is determind by the motor requirment. Not a problem. The question is somewhat faulty. Are batteries not electric?
Generators or storage devices for electric charge which they can release as a "flow of charge" called an "electric current".
Yes batteries are a form of electricity know as DC or Direct Current. Direct current is produced by such sources as batteries ,thermocouple's cells, and commutator-type electric machines of the dynamo type. Direct current may flow in a conductor such as a wire, but can also be through semiconductors, insulators, or even through a vacuum as in electron or ion beams. The electric charge flows in a constant direction, distinguishing it from alternating current or AC.
Basically the same as later batteries - store energy, and release it in form of an electric current.
Power plants (fueled by elements) produce the electrical energy that circuits to an outlet that you can charge an electric motor with a plug that is wired to an electric motor. Or if it is a vehicle with an electric motor, you electrically charge car batteries that produce the current to the electric motor.
Diffusion current is current that is generated due to the vibration of electrons.
Batteries are DC current.
Batteries are DC current.
The current flowing in a normal household lighting electric bulb is AC. DC systems are just a fraction of 1% in ordinary household systems.The current flowing in a flashlight bulb is Direct Current (DC) if the flashlight runs on batteries.
The nature of the chemical reactions taking place in a battery cause electric current to flow only in one direction.
Yes, all batteries are fully charged when the leave the factory.
The limiting current is defined as the limiting value of a current that is approached as the rate of charge-transfer to an electrode is increased. The diffusion current is defined as a current in a semiconductor caused by the diffusion of holes and/or electrons.
I think they have Photovoltic cells that produce a DC current from sun light to charge batteries, then the batteries power an electric motor that turns the wheels to power the vehicle.
Electric current is a type of electricity that flows threw matter for example when some one attaches wires to batteries and a light bulb lights up
Batteries store DC, or Direct Current. The correct term for AC is Alternating Current.
The current produced by batteries is direct current. Electronic devices need direct current; in this case, they need a power supply (often built into the electronic device itself), that converts the alternating current, from the electric outlet, to direct current.
The mains are AC, alternating current.Batteries are DC, direct current.
Doping levels can be precisely controlled since the incident ion beam can be accurately measured as an electric current.
Actually electricity is not stored in batteries but some chemicals are stored in it. When the chemicals are made to react, the reaction creates a potential difference between the two terminals and electric current is made to flow.