What is the direction of the electric current in metals? In gases? In electrolytes?

The direction of the electric current is chosen to coincide with the direction of the electric field, therefore, the electric current in metals, gases, electrolytes is directed from the positive electrode of the current source to the negative through a circuit external to the source.

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