what is net emf??
Asked by | 22nd Nov, 2009, 07:39: AM
In an electric circuit, electromotive force is the work done by a source on an electrical charge. EMF is another term for electrical potential, or the difference in charge across a battery or voltage source. For a circuit with no current flowing, the potential difference is called EMF.
Using Faradays' law of electromgnetic induction, the value of emf can be computed.
Answered by | 23rd Nov, 2009, 07:44: PM
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