- electro- + motive (Wiktionary)
“The electric potential is therefore also termed the electromotive force (the force tending to "move the electric charge"), which is usually abbreviated EMF.”
“The power that causes the current is called the electromotive force, and the value of the electromotive force, generally written E.M.F., of”
“The difference of electrical condition or "potential" between the plates by which the current is started has been called the electromotive force, or force which puts the electricity in motion.”
“The second law states that the sum of electromotive forces in a loop in the network equals the sum of potential drops, or voltages across each of the resistances, in the loop.”
“You need to understand the basics of electromagnetism, like the electromotive force that is present anywhere there are free electrons and ion present, which in aggragate consitutes an electric field.”
“What is the definition of the electromotive force?”
“An 'electric field' is the expression of the electromotive force, which is present where ionized free electrons and ions are, such as in space plasma.”
“Somehow "electromotive force" and the manifestation of "black holes" is somehow related – but somehow i need to define it?”
“Whatever the answer to this question is, it is NOT "electromotive force" a.k.a. emf!”
“Why? there are free electrons and ions in the belts and wherever there are free electrons and ions there is electromotive force the force that attacts electrons and ions together, also, known in aggragate as an electric field.”
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