It doesn't differ at all, an electric current is electricity that is moving in a current and when static electricity is discharged from an object it creates a current from one object to another
Neutrons have a neutral charge
Neutrons have no charge.
Not enough information. WHICH fuse blows out???
Which one of the following is not an example of and electromagnetic wave?
Yes yes it is............................................. because it has an ability to attacted the magnet
____________ charges repel each other.
The sound becomes softer or disappears.
A mechanical wave such as a sound wave requires a medium to travel through.
Ohm's Law states that 'the current flowing along a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference across the ends of that conductor, providing all physical conditions, such as temperature, remain constant'.
Unfortunately, Ohm's Law applies to very few conductors and, so, hardly qualifies as a 'law' at all!
In a series circuit the current is the same at every point. This is Kirchoff's current law.
No not always. There could be from negative charges to positive charges.
It is lower due to the Doppler effect.
A 120V power supply connected to a 30 Ohm resistor will produce 120/30 or 4 amps of current.
radio waves has lowest frequency in electromagnetic spectrum
the Frequency (apex)
Radio waves are just low frequency light waves. They travel at the speed of light, much faster than sound waves which are just changes in pressure traveling in waves