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Introducing emf of a chemical cell as a hint towards quantum mechanics
Today I had a discussion with a colleague who teaches electricity and magnetism to 2nd year undergraduate physics students. He is seeking the best way to explain how is the emf generated inside a ...
Aug 17 '11 at 19:19
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