Hello there, I'm confused on several things such as the potential difference it provides and how it pushes the charges through the wire or conductor or circuit. So when a battery comes into contact with a wire, the positive charges flows from high potential through the circuit to the low potential. If I understood it correctly, it basically means the charges from the top of the battery flow through the circuit to get to the bottom of the battery, is this correct? But how is it exactly doing this? Conceptually I'm not getting it and I'd rather understand it instead of simply believing it so. The confusion I'm having is with potential difference. I thought it was the electric force providing the force to push charges. How exactly is the potential difference and electric field difference? I understand that the potential difference is scalar and electric field is a vector, but how does the potential difference from a battery provide the force, if I can call it that, to push charges?