2. If potential difference V applied across a conductor is 2V , how will the drift velocity of the electron change?
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2. If potential difference

V

applied across a conductor is increased to

2V

,

how will the drift velocity of the electron change

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 It is known that,

d

eE eV V

m lm

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When the potential difference across a conductor is doubled, the drift velocity

of the electron gets doubled.

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