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in a cell voltage energy is converted to current energy and --------.

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    bob

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    heat

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    "voltage energy" and "current energy" are meaningless concepts. A cell converts chemical energy to electrical work. The work is done in some external device, such as a motor, not in the battery/cell itself. There is some heat produced in the cell, but not much.

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