electromotive force definition

  • noun:
    • The energy per device charge which transformed reversibly from substance, technical, or other forms of energy into electricity in a battery or dynamo.
    • Potential power (NOT force) split by electric charge; measured in volts
    • the rate at which energy is attracted from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit; expressed in volts
    • The energy per unit charge that's transformed reversibly from substance, technical, or other forms of energy into electrical power in a battery or dynamo.
    • prospective power (NOT power) split by electric charge; calculated in volts
    • the price at which energy is attracted from a source that produces a flow of electrical energy in a circuit; expressed in volts
    • The energy per unit fee that is converted reversibly from chemical, mechanical, or any other types of energy into electrical power in a battery or dynamo.
    • prospective power (NOT force) split by electric cost; calculated in volts
    • the rate of which energy sources are drawn from a source that produces a flow of electrical energy in a circuit; expressed in volts
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