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In regards to the second law of thermodynamics, i know that more energy must go into a system than what exits it. Lets say that i have an 120 volt battery, powering a 110 volt electric motor. Would i have to put twice as much energy back into the battery? What i mean is would i have to put 240 volts back into the battery for the system to remain constant, or just any voltage greater than 120 volts? I'm just confused.Please let me know. Thanks, Shawn!!
Re: A question in regards to the second law of thermodynamics.
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