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Meaning of ELECTRON

Pronunciation:  i'lektrân

 
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 Definition: 

A sub-atomic particle with a negative quantised charge. A flow of electrical current consists of the unidirectional (on average) movement of many electrons. The more mobile electrons are in a given material, the greater it electrical conductance (or equivalently, the lower its resistance).

 
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