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CHAPTER 5 QUIZ

EMF



1. What does emf mean?

2. What four kinds of energy can be converted into electrical energy?

3. What are the two most common sources of electrical power?

4. What is an ion?

5. Why can't primary cells be recharged?

6. What is the principal advantage of secondary cells?




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CHAPTER 5 ANSWERS

EMF


1. Electromotive force. The force which moves electrons.

2. Mechanical, chemical, frictional, and heat energies.

3. Generators and batteries.

4. An ion is an atom which has lost or gained one or more electrons. It becomes a
    charged particle.


5. A part of the primary cell is used up in delivering current.

6. They can be recharged.
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