Does electricity lost its intensity as it travels along electric wires?



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    No. The amount of energy that leaves a source will be the same as the total amount going to the opposite end (or ends) of the line.

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    Yes, resistance means that a certain amount of electrical energy is lost as heat energy as it travels along the wire. This is why superconductors are considered such a big deal: electricity passing through them does not experience this loss.

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