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How much energy is given to each coulomb of charge passing through a 6 V battery?

Answer :

The charge passing through the battery is 1 coulomb. The potential difference is 6V. We have to find out the energy which is equal to the work done in moving the charge through 6V. Now,


Since the work done on each coulomb of charge is 6 joules. Therefore, the energy given to each coulomb of charge is also 6 joules.

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