why is internal resistance zero in ideal battery....

Asked by shrijeet | 7th Jan, 2013, 11:55: PM

Expert Answer:

An ideal battery has negligible internal resistance, so that there is  no fall of potential across the battery and it would maintain a constant terminal voltage until exhausted.

Answered by  | 8th Jan, 2013, 11:20: AM

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