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dexterdev
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Jan31-13, 04:06 AM
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Hello pf,

Electrons are the charge carriers in metal conductor. while explaining about the fact the fact that electric field inside a conductor is zero, there is a depiction showing charge moves to surface (+ve and -ve charges to extremes of metal conductor surface) in emt books of sadiku and griffiths etc. ok -ve charge refers to electrons , but what about +ve charges? are they immobile ions. please help..
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