C:a difference in electric potential
Option (c) is the correct answer.
When a charge moves from a reference point to a specific point then the amount of work done per unit charge to move the charge is known as electric potential.
The difference in potential causes the charges to move from one point to another.
Thus, we can conclude that a difference in electric potential causes the electric charges to flow from one end of the battery to the other.
C) a difference in electric potential
The amount of work done per unit charge to move a charge from one point to another is known as electric potential. The charges will not move if the potential difference is zero
A difference in potential causes charges to move from one end to another
c. a difference in electric potential
c] a difference in electric potential
Here is the complete question
In the diagram, the arrow shows the movement of electric charges through a wire connected to a battery. What causes the electric charges to flow from one end of the battery to the other? a] a balance in electric potential b] a balance in resistance c] a difference in electric potential d] a difference in resistance
This is because a difference in electric potential due to the battery at the two ends of the wire, will produce an electromotive force (due to the battery) which will thus cause the charges to move through the wire.
Due to potential difference
Current is the flow of charges from one end end to another end of a conducting wire connected across a two terminals of a battery. The battery provides the potential difference across the two terminals due which the charges flow. Current is said to flow from positive terminals of a battery to its negative terminals.
Option c is correct.
the correct answer is: C. I just took the quiz
an intense desire to get away from negatively charged things or
places, and an equally strong desire to get closer to positively
charged ones, as if according to some law of nature.
By means of chemical things inside batteries that I don't understand,
one end of the battery is kept positively charged and the other one
negatively charged. So if there's anything between the terminals that
an electron can easily flow through, they'll do it !