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    Calculate the energy dissipated in the internal resistance of the cell per second.

    When it says this would it be correct to use P=I*2R

    But i thought this was the Power dissipated?
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    What is the connection between (a) power dissipated and (b) energy dissipated per second? (In other words, what is the definition of power?)
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    Energy dissipated per second is same as power dissipated.

    Recall that P=\frac{E}{t}, where P is power, E is energy and t is time.

    EDIT: @Pangol Damn, you are faster than me.
 
 
 
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