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    Area covered on Earth by geostationary satellites

    I am sorry I just did a little mistake in converting angles from trigonometry ratio, now I got the correct angle. 162° so to cover whole earth 2 satellites are not enough and therefore minimum of 3 must requires. [The forum rules actually forbid giving help until that effort is shown]...
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    Area covered on Earth by geostationary satellites

    My question is, given that the height of geostationary satellite to be 35786 Km and radius of about 6378km determine the area covered by a geostationary satellite Or deteremine minimum number of geostationary satellites requires to cover whole earth. Regards thanks a bunch :)
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Or is it because the chemical potential becomes uneffective as the terminals are getting charged due to it.i.e. is the charge that builds on the electrode it self opposes further accumulation of charge till the formed charge on an electrode goes down 'becomes less' please help.thanks
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Now it is sure that now the connected terminals must have same potential.the reason seems quit satisfactorly but following is not clear to me-1' what charge the connected terminal 'which are at same potential' are they become neutral. if yes how will they meet neutrality if the batteries were of...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Some small small charge before being connected,when connection is made electrons from -ve terminal of battery#2 move to +ve terminal of battery#1.but this process do not go long but happens momentarly because the -ve terminal of battery#1 and +ve electrode of battery#2 i.e. unconnected...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    To move from negative termimal to positive termimal through connecting wire.this causes electrostatic potential'which was due to separated charge' to be decreased.now the chemical potential dominates.hence the electrodesnow achieve the same charge. thus charge on electrodes does not remain large...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Chemical potential is unable to show its effect on charged electrodes how much charge it could provide it provided to the terminal when terminal was neutral.and electrostatic potential fails to achieve its purpose because electron can not cross or pass through electrolyte.thus in not normal a...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    an electrostatic potential 'due to separated charge' begins to grow and it opposes further separation of charge i.e. opposes chemical potential's effect.the chemical potential tends to separate charges while the electrostatic potential tends to re-unite the separated charges.but both are now...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Formation is a result of chemical reaction.At one time a small amount of reactant react to form products and a small charge at the terminals the reaction doesn't go continously because of electrostatic potential. what that happens is that when the electrodes are dipped in electroylte at one...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    O' my network is not proper,i will soon subscribe from a batter company. Though i have studied about batteries 'mapes helped me a lot' but one or probably more things is still not understood.when +ve terminal of battery#1 is connected to negative terminal of battery#2 a momentary current flows...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Thanks p.tryon.i am sorry for being so late.Actualy i was new to the forum those days.Well, within this period i have learn quit much about batteries.I have learnt that batteries give energy by an electrochemical reaction.The electrochemical reaction 'between electrode and electrolyte' causes...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Thanks p.tryon.i am sorry for being so late.Actualy i was new to the forum those days.Well, within this period i have learn quit much about batteries.I have learnt that batteries give enery by an electrochemical reaction.The electrochemical reaction 'between electrode and electrolyte' causes...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    Just curiosity, building nothing.thanks, 99 percent of the curiosity is solved. I am highly satisfied.
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    O.k. i understand that how the electrostatic potential of negative terminal of battery #1 and the positive electrode of battery #2 ristricts the electrochemical reaction which provides energy and that the electricaly connected terminals have same potential.what about the charge on the...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    It was just all alright before the statement 'charge i.e. opposite charge builds up on the electrodes' is it possible for a single metal bar 'electrode here' to behave partially positive and partially negative?I mean what charge will be on the positive terminal of battery#1 and that on the...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    Ha.. ha.''Sounds good'',sounds good to me, but am i clear?Is my interpretation true?
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    yes i want to clarify the following point from your first reply- After a momentry current flows from positive terminal of one battery#1 to negative terminal of another battery#2 ,the electrolyte of battery#1 should have net negative charge while the electrolyte of battery#2 should have a net...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    hello mapes, first of all thank you your answer makes full sense you seem to understand my query.you have answered from inside the battery that's what i want.now i very much understand why charge don't continously flow from one battery to another as you said.But I will be very thankfull to if...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    +vly charged body untill the EXCESS charge either cancil or equal in both bodies.But this does not seem to happen if the charged bodies were terminals of two batteries. WHY??? Please explain
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Do the EXCESS electrons of negative terminal of battery # 1 have no atteraction for the positive terminal of battery # 2 having DEFICIANCY of electrons.If yes what force CANCILS the attraction.what force ristricts the EXCESS electrons avialable on the negative terminal of battery to go to the...
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Thanks Chip for your reply to my question,actually i did not represent the question in the way i should.What that i want to know is that 'will the batteries get discharge when positive terminal of battery# 1 is connected to negative terminal of ANOTHER BATTERY #2 through a conducting wire' Will...
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    Archived Are the terminals of a battery neutral?

    Hi all,I discussed this question yesterday but didn't get a satisfactory answer.Why do no charge flows when the +ve terminal of one battery is connected to the -ve terminal of another battery.Please don't just say that my circuit is incomplete or open.In textbooks i read when two bodies placed a...
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    Net Displacement (Probably very easy, but I don't get it)

    Hey FAJ, use d=sqrt'sq 600 + sq 500 + sq 180'
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    Will batteries' terminal get discharged if the positive one is connected to

    Will a batteries get discharged if the positive one is connected to the negative Hi,yestrday i was told when a wire is connected between two bodies being charged oppositely 'and equally in magnitude' then a sudden discharge take place making the bodies uncharged.So what about the charged...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    Consider two identical spears of iron ,if some how one spear is given neagtive charge and the other is given a positive charge.And thesd two spears are then place 10meter apart with both separatly on an insulated stand.Now the the spears are connected to nothing other than air or say they are in...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    O' Tor do not feel me bad.I just want to understand things.May their be some sort weakness in my mind due to which i am not getting you.I do not intend to tease any body.What that is going on either you are feeling difficulty understanding me or it may be some problem with me.Hope you are not...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    O' Tor do not feel me bad.I just want to understand things.May their be some sort weakness in my mind due to which i am not getting you.I do not intend to tease any body.What that is going on either you are feeling difficulty understanding me or it may be some problem with me.Hope you are not...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    Well explain me how capacitor is able to draw current when its two wires are connected to a load.You must have been known that the plate of a capacitor are made of a conductor,and these plate have no conducting connection between them.The plates of a charged capacitor have equal and opposite...
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    So how is it possible for a capacitor and ac 'as i mentioned' to work,when their source terminals are not connected.And how does it possible for two oppositily charged spears to pass current when joint by a wire,while no cyclic connection is their.I think you need to look deeper.
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    Are the terminals of a well-charged battery neutral?

    I mean a close circuit should have been defined as the one in which the load must be connected i.e.the two wires join connecting the load from both sides, and the other ends of the wires must be connected to the terminals which have potential difference,irrespective wether the terminals are...
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