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1. can one construct a circuit such that the potential difference across the terminals of a battery is zero?? explain ..

plsss i need help of that question
2. (Original post by kurt12345)
can one construct a circuit such that the potential difference across the terminals of a battery is zero?? explain ..

plsss i need help of that question
If there's no voltage (potential difference), then no current can flow and so the circuit won't work.
3. The question is a little confusing. If the battery works, then there will be a potential difference across it, regardless of the rest of the circuit.

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