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What is the difference between potential difference and current?

Current: A flow of charges. They might be electrons, protons, ionized particles or any other form of charges. Potential difference: This is a measurement of difference in amount of unit charge densities between two places. Potentially different charges in two different places creates a flow of charges between two places if there is a path, a current.

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