Study the flow of electrical charges in a circuit with direct current or alternative current.
The direct current is characterized by an unidirectional flow of electrical charges. This means that the charges are always circulating in the same direction.
The alternative current is characterized by an alternate flow of electrical charges. This means that the charges always come and go.
Switch between DC and AC current by pressing the buttons at the bottom of your interactive white board labeled "Direct current (DC)" and "Alternative current (AC)".
Press the switch to close or open the circuit.
Try it out yourself: http://r.gynzy.com/400dea74
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