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# The indication of the negative or positive pole of an electric current is?

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### What are the 2 kinds of electric current?

positive and negative Alternating current and direct current.

### What are the 2 kinds of electric?

positive and negative Alternating current and direct current.

### Does current electricity have positive and negative charges?

No electric charges may be positive or negative - electrons have a negative charge; ions have a positive charge.

### The flow of current in electrodes is in which direction?

The ELECTRONS flow from the negative to the positive terminal. But it is considered that the electric current flows from the positive to the negative terminal.

### What direction will an electric current flow?

from positive terminal to negative terminal

### What is the path that electricity follow?

An electric current flows from negative to positive.

### How does electric current travel?

the flow of electrons in a metal is called electric current . the conventional direction of electric current is shown from positive pole to negative pole

### How does electric current in a electric cell passes?

From the Positive terminal (+ve) to the negative terminal (-ve).

### What is The pathway taken by an electric current is called?

Its circuit. But this is hard to marry with lightning, which is the path of an electric current.

### What causes a electric current?

when a negative and a positive charges attract. or when there is a closed circuit.

### Is an electric current a flow of negative charges?

Electrons are a negative charge. Using conventional notation current flows from positive to negative poles of a battery, for example. In electron flow convention the electrons flow from negative to positive.

### Is a electric current a flow of negative charges?

Electrons are a negative charge. Using conventional notation current flows from positive to negative poles of a battery, for example. In electron flow convention the electrons flow from negative to positive.