Which of the following statements is correct?

A. Conventional current flows from positive terminal of the source to its negative terminal through the circuit.

Explanation

Electron flow is the flow of electrons which actually occurs in a circuit. The electron current flows out of the negative terminal of the source through the circuit to its negative terminal. The conventional current was chosen as a convention at the time of discovery of electric currents, it assumes that the flow of current is out of the positive terminal of the source through the circuit to its negative terminal.

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