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As far as I'm concerned, it's much more difficult for conductors to carry protons than electrons.

So, the internal charging limit equation (Q = E ε0 A) does not apply to proton charges? If not, how would this exact equation be slightly changed.

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  • $\begingroup$ can you give a reference for the"limit equation" ?Normaly, as charges are arbitrarily assigned a + or -, one should expect no change in the mathematics for a conductor of the type linked in the comment by john doty en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proton_conductor . One needs to see how it is derived to see if something should change $\endgroup$
    – anna v
    May 28 at 4:29

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Conductors never propagate protons, except if you talk about fluid conductors. I solid conductors only electrons or positive so called holes move.

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