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Edexcel GCE AS Physics notes

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  • Cells are facing in opposite directions so E2 would be a drop in potential.
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  • Really useful, thanks! Just one thing, on slide 27, shouldn't it be
    (+E1) + (+E2) + (-V) = 0, if it's the sum of all the EMFs, rather than
    (+E1) + (-E2) + (-V) = 0?
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