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Transcript
Electric circuit
• An electric circuit is formed when a closed conductive path is
created to allow free electrons to continuously move.
• This continuous movement of free electrons through the
conductors of a circuit is called a current
• The electromotive force which “motivates” electrons to "flow" in a
circuit is called voltage or emf.
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