Shock current path


Joined Feb 5, 2010
It is an electron flow.

electrons have NEGATIVE electric charge potential.

Doesn't matter what the voltages are when measured. The one which is negative in respect to the other will be the SOURCE of physical electron flow.

Most math involved in bias and amplification electronics doesn't care WHAT is flowing, so anyway that is comfortable for your understanding is proper.

The math works both ways for 99% of the situations, it's the human element and trying to understand the glaring opposites of reality vs. convention that causes problems.

Rest assured that whatever you decide is appropriate will not matter as it relates to your future use and enjoyment of electronics.