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Conventional v Electron Flow

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Old 01-18-2007, 03:07 AM
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Default Conventional v Electron Flow

This is really confusing me. I know that electrons and charge flows from the
negative terminal in a circuit to the positive one. Yet placing a diode in
the circuit contradicts this;


This is somewhat paradoxical. How can a DC flow from + to - when I know the
electron flow is in the other direction??? Please help!


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