Is an electric field the same all over a conductor?
As electrons move further in a conductor they start coming from high potential to low when moved from high potential end of conductor(cathode) to low potential end of conductor(anode,) so the potential difference between points keeps on decreasing thus causing a decrease in strength of electric field.
If this is the case then the current should be different through out a conductor (different strength of electric field between different points in conductor thus different accelaration.)
Where am I wrong?
The red dot is an electron. The conductor is connected to a10V battery. Section A is the midpoint of the conductor, so the voltage between section A and C should be 5V while between B and C is 10V so according to it the electric field between A and C should be weaker than the field between B and C so accearation should be lower between A and C than B and C, so doesn't it change the current at different points in the conductor as electrons at point B experience a higher accelaration thus more current than electrons at A?