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The current is formed by the regular directional motion of the free charge in the conductor under the action of the electric field force. The magnitude of the current, or the current intensity, is equal to the amount of electricity passing through any one cross-section of the conductor per unit of time. The current is like a water flow, which has a flow direction, can be blocked, can be stored, etc.

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