However, scientists do know that electrons move faster or slower, depending on the temperature. If you could look inside an iron piston in an engine, you would see that the iron atomsa#39; electrons move faster when the engine is hot than when it is cold. Scientists also know ... This is how electron flow works: First, imagine a copper wire with a string of atoms running along its length (Fig. 1-5). Then imagineanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Electricity and Automotive Electrical Systems|
|Author||:||Tom Weathers, Jr., Claud C. Hunter|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1988-01-01|