Consider the following statements A and B and identify the correct answers given below :<br>A : Peltier coefficient is numerically equal to the potential difference across the junctions of the thermocouple through which current is flowing.<br>B : According to Thomson, energy is neither absorbed nor evolved at the junction of a thermocouple but is observed or evolved only along the lengths of both the conductors.
One end each of a resistance r capacitor C and resistance 2r are connected together. The other ends are respectively connected to the positive terminals of batteries, P, Q, R having respectively emfs E, E and 2E. The negative terminals of the batteries are then connected together. In this circuit, with steady current the potential drop across the capacitor is ;
Twelve cells, each having emf E.volts are connected in series and are kept in a closed box. Some of these cells are wrongly connected with positive and negative terminals reversed. This 12 cell battery is connected in series with an ammeter, an external resistance R ohms and a two-cell battery (two cells of the same type used earlier, connected perfectly in series). The current in the circuit when the 12-cell battery and 2-cell battery aid each other is 3A and is 2A when they oppose each other. Then, the number of cells in 12-cell battery that are connected wrongly is :