# How do elecrons move?

Do elecrons move from low to high potential or they move due to attraction by positive charge? Or is it something else, what actually happens in flow of electricity.....the concept is just so confusing.

• “Action at a distance” is the idea that a particle at one location can exert a force on a particle at another location (as in $F=q_1q_1/4\pi\epsilon_0r^2$ for electrostatics or $F=Gm_1m_2/r^2$ for gravitation) without there being anything in between (like a field). – G. Smith Aug 24 '19 at 16:46