## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Likewise, if the galvanometer shows no deflection, there is no current through the

^ j-ww\AAvww\AWAAAAwv^-i b difference which is the emf . of the

Likewise, if the galvanometer shows no deflection, there is no current through the

**cell**and the potential difference between its terminals is the open-circuit potential^ j-ww\AAvww\AWAAAAwv^-i b difference which is the emf . of the

**cell**. If the f— ...Page 174

J. -50% H2S04 energy expended in an external circuit connected to the

terminals has its origin in these forces. They are atomic or electronic forces and

may be only partially understood by analogy with ordinary mechanical forces, for

they ...

J. -50% H2S04 energy expended in an external circuit connected to the

**cell**terminals has its origin in these forces. They are atomic or electronic forces and

may be only partially understood by analogy with ordinary mechanical forces, for

they ...

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consequence of the fundamental laws of thermodynamics can be applied to a

reversible

energy," and T is the absolute temperature. The change in internal energy of the

consequence of the fundamental laws of thermodynamics can be applied to a

reversible

**cell**. It may be writteni where E is the internal energy, ^ is the "freeenergy," and T is the absolute temperature. The change in internal energy of the

**cell**for ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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