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EOC_Solution_28_14 - 28.14 Visualize r The direction of the...

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28.14. Visualize: The direction of the current r I in a material is opposite to the direction of motion of the negative charges and is the same as the direction of motion of positive charges. Solve: The charge due to positive ions moving to the right per second is q N e + + = ( ) = × ( ) × × ( ) = × 2 5 0 10 2 1 60 10 1 60 10 15 19 3 . . . C C The charge due to negative ions moving to the left per second is
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