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What is the differences between E.M.F and Voltage (P.d)

What is the differences between E.M.F and Voltage (P.d)

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7 comments

  1. Thank you for your clear and accurate explanation!

  2. Rajinder kumar

    i think E.M.F is the voltage of cell when no load is connected , but P.D is the term applied when the cell is connected to the load.

  3. yagyaraj kumar sah

    what is the difffrences between E.M.F.and P.D.F.?

  4. y.hemanth kumar

    Voltage , potential difference and emf these three units are same
    Why these unitd are same?

    • oyeleye damilare

      @ y.hemanth kumar
      potential difference is same as voltage/voltage drop,as the case may be…..

      E.M.F is gotten when supply is not connected to load (i.e in an open circuit) while ;
      Potential Difference/Voltage drop is gotten when supply is connected to load (i.e in a closed circuit)

      i hope this helps.

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