How EMF is measured?

E.M.F. (electromotive force) is the total energy supplied by a cell to move a unit of charge through the complete circuit, or it is defined as the electric potential which is generated either by an electrochemical cell or by changing the magnetic field.

EMF is measured in volts which is same as potential difference.

One volt is equal to the one Joule per Coulomb.

 

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