What is Electromotive force?

Electromotive force, most commonly known as emf, is the energy per unit electric charge that is imparted by an energy source, such as an electric generator or a battery. Despite its name, the electromotive force is not actually a force. It is measured in units of volts, equivalent in the metre–kilogram–second system to one joule per coulomb of electric charge.

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