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Electrical Current Explained for Beginners (Electrical Current Tutorial)
In this video I will try to explain the subject of electrical current in detail. Friends who watch the video until the end will learn much better what current is, its relationship with voltage, and different types of current.

Current is the flow of electrons in a circuit in one direction. To create electricity, we need electrons to flow in the same direction around a circuit. Copper wires are often used to build the circuit. Because the atoms that make up the copper have an outermost weakly bound electron or a valence orbital that can move freely inside the metal. This free electron is very easy to transport, so copper is the most used and a good conductor. It is very easy for free electrons to move between copper atoms. But this happens randomly in any direction that is not useful to us.

Electrical Current Explained for Beginners (Electrical Current Tutorial)
In this video I will try to explain the subject of electrical current in detail. Friends who watch the video until the end will learn much better what current is, its relationship with voltage, and different types of current.

Current is the flow of electrons in a circuit in one direction. To create electricity, we need electrons to flow in the same direction around a circuit. Copper wires are often used to build the circuit. Because the atoms that make up the copper have an outermost weakly bound electron or a valence orbital that can move freely inside the metal. This free electron is very easy to transport, so copper is the most used and a good conductor. It is very easy for free electrons to move between copper atoms. But this happens randomly in any direction that is not useful to us.

Electrical Current Explained for Beginners (Electrical Current Tutorial)
In this video I will try to explain the subject of electrical current in detail. Friends who watch the video until the end will learn much better what current is, its relationship with voltage, and different types of current.

Current is the flow of electrons in a circuit in one direction. To create electricity, we need electrons to flow in the same direction around a circuit. Copper wires are often used to build the circuit. Because the atoms that make up the copper have an outermost weakly bound electron or a valence orbital that can move freely inside the metal. This free electron is very easy to transport, so copper is the most used and a good conductor. It is very easy for free electrons to move between copper atoms. But this happens randomly in any direction that is not useful to us.

Electrical Current Explained for Beginners (Electrical Current Tutorial)
In this video I will try to explain the subject of electrical current in detail. Friends who watch the video until the end will learn much better what current is, its relationship with voltage, and different types of current.

Current is the flow of electrons in a circuit in one direction. To create electricity, we need electrons to flow in the same direction around a circuit. Copper wires are often used to build the circuit. Because the atoms that make up the copper have an outermost weakly bound electron or a valence orbital that can move freely inside the metal. This free electron is very easy to transport, so copper is the most used and a good conductor. It is very easy for free electrons to move between copper atoms. But this happens randomly in any direction that is not useful to us.