How will we find equivalent cell if in series cells are connected like a negative electrode with negative electrode of other cell find its equivalent and also tell me formula
Asked by srivastavaaman1998 | 8th Aug, 2015, 02:13: PM
When cells are connected in series, the equivalent emf will add up if the negative of one cell is connected to the positive of other cell.
E = E1 + E2
However, in your case, the negative of one cell is connected to negative of other cell. So, the two emf's will try to oppose each other. So, we will get
E = E1 - E2
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 8th Aug, 2015, 07:40: PM
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