What does different electricity (with the traits stated below) look like and what are there properties
By - YakUpper2697
It would look the same. The way to tell if the carriers in a material are positive or negative is to measure the Hall effect. Run a current through a material and measure the voltage perpendicular to the current. The field pushes the carriers left or right depending on the charge.
There are plenty of materials that have positive charge carriers. The current in aluminum is carried by positive particles called holes. Kind of like a bubble in a sea of electrons, but it behaves exactly like a single positive "electrons". The idea of electron and holes as carriers is the basis for the semiconductor industry
So is the Hall effect basically just away to tell if the a particles charge is positive or negative based on the direction is going on its direction so the difference in direction it goes.so thats the change in charge but what about a change in mass would just go slower in most if not all materials it would go though say a muon which is a more massive electron.And what if it has no charge would it just stay still.
Depending on you exact interpretation positron flow would be equal but opotiste direction