hi sorry if the first question is a bit silly, but my knowlegde of electronics is pretty dull. 1. Question is about electron flow through a resistor. Amps are electrons per time unit, right? Voltage is the electrons energy or the amount of energy needed to move them from one point to another, right? Conventionel current flows opposite of electrones, right? So if i apply 15 volts (of conventionel current) over a resistor and it show 8 volts on the other side, does this mean the resistor has actually accelerated electrons? 2. Are there any books or sites where i can read about how electrons move in metal and various materials? Are there any technical terms or words that would be good to search for instead of just "electrone flow" I have gathered over 100 electronic books by now and none says anything about this and i'm not getting any usefull hits when i search.