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How does electricity flow through copper wire? : A. copper atoms detach and slide along the wire, B. Electrons move from one atom of copper to another, C. Copper atoms create energy waves that
travel along the wire, D. electrons from one atom transfer vibrations to another atom
Electrons move from one atom of copper to another.
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