what is the Kirchhoff voltage law ? isnt it the sum of potential drops as we move along a circuit till the same point should be zero
it is simply energy conservation law that when the battery creates certain potential difference then while going through then while going to the circuit the circuit that potential energy should be used up ?
my question is about short circuiting when we short circuit a wire then Kirchhoff's voltage law is violated .. but how ?
as we short circuit a wire the potential energy of electrons gets converted to kinetic energy as in a superconducting wire where there is no resistance the electrons are pushed by the negative end and attracted by the positive end so from positive terminal to negative terminal in the battery a field acts on them and they accelerate and when they reach the positive terminal the entire energy due to potential difference is converted into kinetic energy ... so why we say that Kirchhoff's laws are violated here ??
the potential difference has been used up as kinetic energy