What will happen when the wire is connected to the terminals of a battery?

Theoretically, you get zero voltage and infinitive current. The result, using I*R, you get infinitive watts, and a small fireball as the wire explodes from the excessive current through it.
IT will raise in temperature and i think a magnetic field will surround it.I think its called amperes law.
what is the wire? I am not sure what you are talking about? Could you clarify for the others that might see this question?
If the battery is large enough, say a car battery, the wire will fuse almost instantly.
The wire will cause a short across the battery, if small enough it will burn into. If a very large wire is used it will heat up along with the battery and the battery will be drained of it power very quickly If it is a car battery it can explode.

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