Defining Drift Current
|Title||Defining Drift Current|
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|Author(s)||Francis Viren Fernandes|
|Keywords||Maxwell, Driftcurrent, Ether, Copper, Charge|
|No. of pages||2|
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Electric current is the measure of motion of atoms and 186-ether. The drift velocity calculated by Maxwell's drift velocity equation is the motion of say copper atoms in a wire and the measure of charge, e. Charge, e is not that of an electron in this example but of copper atoms and 186-ether.