The voltage source provides the force that moves electrons. The electrons move from negative to positive, otherwise known as electron flow.It maybe an obvious answer, but as I understand the potential energy from the voltage source in a circuit is responsible for introducing electron flow(assuming a closed circuit), but does the voltage source itself introduce new electrons in the conductor or just move the existing electrons that are present in the conductor?
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