When is the emf of a cell is equal to the potential difference across the two terminals

Asked by AyushPix | 20th Jul, 2009, 10:11: PM

Expert Answer:

The emf of a cell is equal to the potential difference ( terminal voltage) when the cell is not in use.

Answered by  | 23rd Jul, 2009, 12:36: AM

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