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5. What is meant by electric current ?

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Electric current, any movement of electric charge carriers, such as subatomic charged particles (e.g., electrons having negative charge, protons having positive charge), ions (atoms that have lost or gained one or more electrons), or holes (electron deficiencies that may be thought of as positive particles).

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**Answer:Electric Current is the rate of flow of charge, I = Q/t where I is current, Q is charge and t is time. It is a scalar quantity. ... Ampere is SI unit of current. 1 ampere is defined as the current when 1 C of charge is passing through a conductor for 1 second. The direction of current is from A to B.**

**Answer:Electric Current is the rate of flow of charge, I = Q/t where I is current, Q is charge and t is time. It is a scalar quantity. ... Ampere is SI unit of current. 1 ampere is defined as the current when 1 C of charge is passing through a conductor for 1 second. The direction of current is from A to B.****Explanation:**

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**Answer:Electric Current is the rate of flow of charge, I = Q/t where I is current, Q is charge and t is time. It is a scalar quantity. ... Ampere is SI unit of current. 1 ampere is defined as the current when 1 C of charge is passing through a conductor for 1 second. The direction of current is from A to B.Explanation:this is your answer.**

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