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gangsta316
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I'm unsure about the equation Q = It (charge = current * time). Say we have a perfect circuit with minimal resistance. The current will stay constant and never run out. Work doesn't need to be done because no resistance needs to be overcome. But then, as time goes on, the charge increases, according to Q = It. But how can we keep getting more charge without doing work? What about conservation of charge and all that?