To move 8.0 of charge from one electrode to the other, a 12- battery must do how much work?

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  1. If you are talking about 8 COULOMBS getting moved across a 12 VOLT potential difference, then multiply those two numbers for the answer (Work) in joules.

    If you think you can do physics without including the units of the numbers, you are mistaken and will fail.

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