Electric Current: Flow of Electrons in Circuit
In an electric circuit, the current flows from the _________.
negative terminal to the positive terminal
negative terminal to the neutral terminal
positive terminal to the negative terminal
positive terminal to the neutral terminal
In domestic circuits, the appliances are generally connected in
An electric current is said to be flowing through a wire when:
Neutrons pass through it
Electric charges pass through it
No particle passes through it
Only tennis balls pass through it
Statement 1: The following figure correctly represents the conventional direction of flow of current.
Statement 2: The actual direction of flow of electrons is opposite to the conventional direction of flow of current.
- Both statements are correct.
- Statement 1 is correct and statement 2 is incorrect.
- Statement 1 is incorrect and statement 2 is correct.
- Both statements are incorrect.
Electric current is said to be the flow of _____.
Both A and C
- electric cell
In which of the following case, the flow of electric current will be maximum?
If the potential difference across the device is more
If the potential difference across the device is less
If resistance of the material used is high
If there is no potential difference
Which of the following particle is responsible for the electric current in a wire?
The amount of work done to move a unit charge from one point to the other point is called ___.
How will you connect the terminals with wires to make a battery of four cells?
- A - Q, C - D, D - P
- P - B, R - S, Q - C
- A - B, Q - R, C - S
- A - B, Q - R, C - D