I’ve read in another article, that you can have low current and high voltage simply by having a resistor in your circuit. From what I understand, current is the flow of electrons and voltage is the energy is how much energy is transferred per unit charge. I think the current comes from energy that moves the electrons - kinetic energy(?). Now if we add a resistor which slows down the current, then the electrons will lose energy and therefore voltage will drop too since V=E/Q. This doesn’t make much sense to me can someone explain what’s going on here?