Hey guys! I'm trying to get a bettter undesrstanding of how the electric circuits work. But I do have a rather simple question. So, in the internal circuit we give energy to the charge. Let's say that I have an electricity source and two resitors, like this: So when passing through circuit elements the charge gives up energy, so that the sum of the amount of energy it gives to each resistor is equal to the initial energy. But why? Why dosen't the charge give all the energy to the first resistor it encounters ? And why is there no potential difference between the two red resistors? I don't get that :( . I know it's a simple concept but I can't understand why the charge loses energy only when it passes through resistors ?