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Electromotive Force and Internal Resistance of a cell

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Introduction

IB Physics SL Lab Report

Electromotive Force and Internal Resistance of a cell

Data Collection

Voltage

Current

Units

(in Volts)

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Middle

9.60

3.05

9.50

3.68

9.40

4.16

9.30

4.84

9.20

5.55

9.10

6.06

9.00

6.83

Data Analysis

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Conclusion/Evaluation

The electromotive force that we should have obtained is 12.0 Volts. (We know this

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Conclusion

In order to get more accurate data, we first need to change the resistor in the Rheostat for another conductor such as plain wire. We should also have considered the thermal factor and should maintain constant temperature for the Resistor. There should be intervals between trials for cooling down. In addition, we need to use more conductive metal for the clip such as Aluminum or even Gold.

EMF and Internal Resistance of a cell

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