Which type of current involves charge flow in a single direction?

1 Answer
Dec 9, 2016

Answer:

A direct current.

Explanation:

Direct current or DC electricity is the continuous movement of electrons from an area of negative (−) charges to an area of positive (+) charges through a conducting material such as a metal wire. Whereas static electricity sparks consist of the sudden movement of electrons from a negative to positive surface, DC electricity is the continuous movement of the electrons through a wire.