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A twometer potentiometer wire is used in an experiment to determine the internal resistance of a Voltaic cell. The emf of the cell is balanced by the fall of potential along 90.6cm of the wire. When a standard resistor of 10ohms is connected across the cell the balance length is found to be 75.5cm. Draw a labelled circuit diagram and calculate from first principles, the internal resistance of the cell
 2 years ago
A twometer potentiometer wire is used in an experiment to determine the internal resistance of a Voltaic cell. The emf of the cell is balanced by the fall of potential along 90.6cm of the wire. When a standard resistor of 10ohms is connected across the cell the balance length is found to be 75.5cm. Draw a labelled circuit diagram and calculate from first principles, the internal resistance of the cell

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