ch27-p022 - 22. (a) Let the emf of the solar cell be ε and...

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Unformatted text preview: 22. (a) Let the emf of the solar cell be ε and the output voltage be V. Thus, V = ε − ir = ε − FG V IJ r H RK for both cases. Numerically, we get We solve for ε and r. 0.10 V = ε – (0.10 V/500 Ω)r 0.15 V = ε – (0.15 V/1000 Ω)r. (a) r = 1.0×103 Ω. (b) ε = 0.30 V. (c) The efficiency is V2 /R 0.15V = = 2.3×10−3 = 0.23%. −3 2 2 Preceived (1000Ω ) ( 5.0cm ) ( 2.0 ×10 W/cm ) ...
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