When it is said that the voltage "drops" across a resistor, does this mean that the voltage actually decreases after going through a resistor? Then shouldn't the current flowing after the resistor also decrease in proportion to the decrease in voltage? I'm kind of confused about voltage drop and Kirchoff's voltage law. I just don't get what your actually doing when you calculate the voltage drops across resistors in series. Are you calculating how much the voltage decreases after going through each resistor? If so, then after going through all resistors in series is there no more emf left to push the current? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Anthony
Anthony