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How Does the Mobility of Electrons in a Conductor Change, If the Potential Difference Applied Across the Conductor is Doubled, Keeping the Length and Temperature of the Conductor Constant? - Physics


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How does the mobility of electrons in a conductor change, if the potential difference applied across the conductor is doubled, keeping the length and temperature of the conductor constant? 


The mobility of electrons in a conductor is given by the expression, `µ = (eτ)/m`
 As its independent of the applied potential difference, so it will not change if the applied potential difference will be doubled. 

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