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Claudeth Martinez 1D
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Postby Claudeth Martinez 1D » Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:06 pm

does Volts=J/coulomb?

Andrea Zheng 1H
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Re: Volts

Postby Andrea Zheng 1H » Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:08 pm

Yes, 1V= 1J/Coulomb, so 1 Volt is 1 Joule of Work per Coulomb of charge transferred

Faith Fredlund 1H
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Re: Volts

Postby Faith Fredlund 1H » Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:38 pm

Yes, and when you are finding the maximum amount of work a battery can do at a constant temperature and pressure, which is equal to ΔG, you will be multiplying the cell potential E, which is in volts, by Faraday's constant which is 96,485 Coulomb/mol, so your answer will be reported in Joules.

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