I am just a high school student trying to self study, please excuse me if this question sounds silly to you.
I know that current is a product of the speed of electrons and the electron density.When current is increased it either means that the speed of electrons has increased or it means that the number density of the flowing electrons has increased.
I also know that voltage is directly proportional to current and when voltage increases(without no change in the resistance) the current will also increase.
But my question is, when voltage increases does an increase in the speed of electrons contribute for an increase in current or does an increase in electron density contribute for it.
If it isn't that black and white, then in what proportion will each of the two components increase? Does it randomly increase?
Related question:Say the electron density of a circuit that lights a light bulb increases.When this happens what change will we see in the brightness of the light bulb?I know that when the speed of electrons increase the brightness increases but what will happen when the electron density increases?