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does an electron move from high to low electric potential


    

Yes, that is correct. In general, electric charges tend to move from regions of low electric potential to regions of high electric potential. Electric potential is a measure of the electric potential energy per unit charge at a particular location. It is related to the electric field strength and the distance from the source of the field. The unit of electric potential is the volt (V).

For example, consider an electron located at a point with a low electric potential. The electron has a low amount of electric potential energy due to its position in the electric field. If the electron were to move to a point with a higher electric potential, it would absorb some of the electric potential energy, which could be converted into other forms of energy (such as kinetic energy). Thus, the electron will tend to move from a region of low electric potential to a region of high electric potential in order to absorb some of the energy.



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