what is difference between emf and voltage
emf (countable and uncountable, plural emfs)
- (physics) Alternative letter-case form of EMF (“electromotive force”)
- John A. Haslem (April 23, 2007) Webster’s New Pocket Style Guide (Custom), John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, →ISBN, page 286 of 352: “EMF or emf, electromotive force”
- The Chicago Manual of Style, University of Chicago Press, 2003, →ISBN, page 582: “emf electromotive force”
- CBE Style Manual Committee (1983) CBE Style Manual: A Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers in the Biological Sciences, 5 edition, Council of Biology Editors, →ISBN, page 247 of 324: “emf: electromotive force”
- EFM, FEM, MEF, fem, fem-, fem.
volt + -age, ultimately derived from the name of Alessandro Volta, inventor of the modern battery.
- (US) IPA(key): /voʊltɪdʒ/
- Hyphenation: volt‧age
voltage (countable and uncountable, plural voltages)
- (physics) The difference in electrostatic potential between two points in space, especially between live and neutral conductors or the earth.
- The voltage between the wires is too low to produce a spark.
- Be careful when opening high-voltage equipment.
- voltage divider
voltage m (plural voltages)