positive terminal

positive terminal

[′päz·əd·iv ′tərm·ən·əl]
(electricity)
The terminal of a battery or other voltage source toward which electrons flow through the external circuit.
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If we take a look at classification of values, we will notice that positive terminal values provide a motivation to employees to reach a socially acceptable high status while positive instrumental values will equip him or her with tools to reach that status.
So if you have a positive terminal that is energetically 'lower' (more electropositive) than the negative terminal, than the electrons will flow 'downhill' to the positive terminal.
Attach one of the red clips to the positive terminal of your battery.
Start by attaching a red (positive) cable to the positive terminal on the working battery.
A verdict of accidental death was recorded after expert opinion was that the earth lead came loose and touched the positive terminal in the plug of the equipment used that night, and this made the amplifying equipment "live".
The positive terminal is nothing more than a braided strap that is soldered to the stud on the inside of the box.
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This protection seeks to interrupt the path of the current through the MOSFET drain terminal bringing it to zero value, allowing the positive terminal of the source or the test circuit can be isolated from the load.
When the first electrical discoveries were made, it was a convention that electric current flowed from the positive terminal of a battery to the negative terminal.
When the circuit is closed, the electricity flows from the positive terminal of the battery, through the wires, through the light bulb, and back to the negative terminal, causing the lightbulb to light up.
The buzzer's red wire connects to the battery's positive terminal and its black wire goes to the negative terminal.

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