Electromotive Force

Electromotive force is the potential difference in an electric circuit that drives current through a resistor. It is measured in volts, and it can be created by a number of sources, including chemical reactions, mechanical devices, or solar energy.

EMF is responsible for moving electrons through a circuit, and it is often used to power electric motors or lights.

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