# what is the velocity of current and motion of current

Velocity of current and motion of current is same or different??

## 2 Answers

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the velocity of current is the same of light,  that value is about 300000km/ sec...That's 300 millions per meter per sec..

### Answer :

Velocity  of  current  is  a scalar  quantity  which  may imply an AC current   while   motion  current  is  a  vector  quantity  or a  DC  current.

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