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A question regarding batteries

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Jan22-13, 03:07 PM
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Hi if you have a galvanic cell, with Zink at the anode and Cu at the catode, which force then makes Zn electrons go to the cobber catode?
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Hi if you have a galvanic cell, with Zinc at the anode and Cu at the cathode, which force then makes Zn electrons go to the cobber cathode?
Electromagnetic force would be favorite.


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