anonymous
  • anonymous
What is electromotive force(e.m.f)? Explain briefly please.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
emf is just the voltage or the potential different but it is using in some specific situation... eg. we say potential different across some resistance, we say voltage and emf of the battery.
anonymous
  • anonymous
emf (acronym for electro-motive-force) initially was understood as the force provide by a "motor" (battery) to "pump" the electron to move around an electrical circuit
mos1635
  • mos1635
is the voltage of a battery when no current paww threw her..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The voltage of an energy source is sometimes described by the term 'electromotive force' abbreviated emf, in the electrical literature.

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