I have a small question, I am trying to wrap my head around the different types of ground connections in electronics.
- For earth ground connection
In an earth ground connection electrons can sink to the earth with only a single connection to earth correct? The way I am viewing it is by looking at it in a CMOS perspective. In CMOS circuits there is dynamic current flow and it is from one of the power rails to the parasitic capacitance on the output, there is no "closed path" but the current still flows. So when we have a basic resistor circuit with one resistor we can follow the same convention, in which charge will flow from a point of higher potential to a point of lower potential, there does not need to be multiple connections to ground to create a closed loop, we only need a single connection from a point of higher to lower potential.
- Floating ground
There is no actual earth connection, it is just a reference point. There will be EHP recombination at this reference point.
The positive side is at a higher potential than the ground would current flow until there is no potential differences between the source and ground?