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Constant current I of 7.98 A flows through a standard sulphuric acid solution (which is a standard liquid conductor/electrolyte) within a period of 1 second. The Ohmic resistance of the electrolyte is equal to 0.5 Ohm.
QUESTION 1. What is the value of the electric energy, which is consumed by the electrolyte, that is, how many Joules of electric energy does the electrolyte consume?
QUESTION 2. What is the value of the Joule’s heat, which is generated by the electrolyte, that is, how many Joules of Joule’s heat does the electrolyte generate?
Please answer the above two simple questions, if possible.
Looking forward to your two answers.