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# what you mean by Alternating current ?             An electric current that first moves one direction; then the opposite direction with a regular frequency

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In electricity, alternating current (AC) occurs when charge carriers in a conductor or semiconductorperiodically reverse their direction of movement. Household utility current in most countries is AC with a frequencyof 60 hertz (60 complete cycles per second), although in some countries it is 50 Hz....

In electricity, alternating current (AC) occurs when charge carriers in a conductor or semiconductorperiodically reverse their direction of movement. Household utility current in most countries is AC with a frequencyof 60 hertz (60 complete cycles per second), although in some countries it is 50 Hz. The radio-frequency (RF) current in antennas and transmission lines is another example of AC.

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Alternating current is varying magnitude with respect to time but it doesn't mean that current moving in one direction & then direction reverse. It is function of charges which is being attracted by positive ions of atoms in a conduction & again another ions attract same charge. The negative...

Alternating current is varying magnitude with respect to time but it doesn't mean that current moving in one direction & then direction reverse. It is function of charges which is being attracted by positive ions of atoms in a conduction & again another ions attract same charge. The negative cycle basically is the time period of charges from one ions to another ions that's why it is alternating in nature

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Alternating current is varying magnitude with respect to time but it doesn't mean that current moving in one direction & then direction reverse. It is function of charges which is being attracted by positive ions of atoms in a conduction & again another ions attract same charge. The negative...

Alternating current is varying magnitude with respect to time but it doesn't mean that current moving in one direction & then direction reverse. It is function of charges which is being attracted by positive ions of atoms in a conduction & again another ions attract same charge. The negative cycle basically is the time period of charges from one ions to another ions that's why it is alternating in nature

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