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IN A BEAKER SULPHURIC ACID IS POURED. AFTER THAT ELECTRICITY IS MADE TO PASS THROUGH IT. IS THERE ANY FRICTIONAL FORCE ACTING IN IT ? GIVE ANSWER WITH AN APPOROPRIATE REASON

Asked by Shrivatsa 6th September 2016, 10:28 PM
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Sulphuric acid is an electrolyte. It allows the electric current to flow through it. Electric current is a unique type of energy which evolves due to the flow of charged particles. For any flow to take place there should be a difference in energy levels. The cations and anions of this electrolyte tend to create the potential difference due to the difference in their energy levels. This potential difference acts as a driving force for conduction of electrcity. Thus, there will be no significant frictional force acting in it.
Answered by Expert 7th September 2016, 3:04 PM
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