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A measure of the rate at which electric charge is transported (especially through a circuit), it has units of charge/time.

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You are misunderstanding. ELECTROSTATIC FIELD inside aconductor is zero, not electric field. ELECTROSTATIC field means the electric field created by charges at rest.We can understand this property by …
answered Apr 19 '16 by Prayas Agrawal
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Yeah, I had this confusion too. But know that$$P=\frac{v^2}{R}$$ for RESISTOR circuits only. Actually Power for any circuit is (Instantaneous power more precisely) $$P=VI$$ Here's how: We know that $P …
answered Apr 16 '16 by Prayas Agrawal