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Problem: The charge carriers in metals are A. A mix of protons and electrons. B. Electrons. C. Positrons D. Protons.

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For current to flow through metals, there must be mobile charge carriers.

The positively charged ions (protons) in metals are always stationary. 

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The charge carriers in metals are 

A. A mix of protons and electrons. 

B. Electrons. 

C. Positrons 

D. Protons.

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