Path followed by electrons from a power source (generator or battery) through an external line (including devices that use the electricity) and returning through another line to the source.
The complete path of an electric current including usually the source of the electric energy.
An electric circuit consisting of a power source, connecting wires or conductors, and a device that uses the electrical energy. The device that uses the energy is called the load. For current to flow in an electric circuit, there must be a complete path from the negative terminal of the power source, through the connecting wires and load, back to the positive terminal of the source. If a complete path does not exist, no current will flow, and the circuit is called an open circuit.
an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow
a closed loop conducting path consisting of a source of electrical energy, a conductor, and a load which utilizes the electrical energy
a closed path that electric charges can follow
a combination of metal conductors and equipment that can include things such as switches and electric appliances
a complete conducting path around which the current can flow
a conducting path, external to the battery, which allows charge to flow from one terminal to the other
a configuration of electronics components through which electricity is made to flow
a path along which electric charges can flow
a path that electricity follows from a device to an energy source
a series of electrical components connected together, forming a path for an electric current
The path followed by electrons from a generation source, through an electrical system, and returning to the source.
An arrangement of any of various conductors through which electric current can flow from a supply current.
A continuous path through which electric charges can flow. The three compulsory parts of an electric circuit are the battery (or power supply), wires, and at least one resistor(series) or at least two resistors (parallel).
The path of travel for an electric current.
The path that electricity takes when moving from an object that contains too many electrons (negatively charged) to an object with no charge or that has too few electrons (positively charged). A flashlight is a simple electric circuit, as electricity moves form the negative post (-) on the battery to the light bulb to the positive post (+).
The path followed by electricity, beginning from the generating source, continuing through the devices that use the electricity, and then traveling back to the source.