Electric circuit

An electric circuit is an unbroken loop of conductive material that allows electrons to flow through continuously without beginning or end.

If a circuit is broken, that means it’s conductive elements no longer form a complete path, and continuous electron flow cannot occur in it. The location of a break in a circuit is irrelevant to its inability to sustain continuous electron flow. Any break, anywhere in a circuit prevents electron flow throughout the circuit.

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