current is the net charge passing through a cross-section of the conductor per unit time. current=charge-
current=charge/time whereas voltage is a quantative expression of the potential difference in charge between 2 points in an electrical field voltage=current x resistance

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Current is rate of flow of charges.

Voltage is electric potential energy per unit charge.


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Current is the net charge passing through a cross-section of the conductor per unit time.      current=charge/time
voltage is a quantative expression of the potential difference in charge between 2 points in an electrical field.          voltage=currentxresistance
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