Greetings Everyone!

I will use AA dry cell non-rechargeable batteries and cemented ceramic resistors for an analogy to pose a question, as follows:

As most of us know, the AA's can be connected series fashion in a DC circuit with the result that their output Volts (and Amps) accumulate when a load is applied, i.e. two 1.5v batteries produce 3v or slightly more when new and for some time afterward as they begin to degrade.

OK, so my question is "what is the effect on the output/input functionality of two new cemented ceramic resistors of some value when connected series fashion in a DC circuit and then a load is applied.?".

I'm really not looking for a string of physics formulas; just please answer briefly in general fashion if you can, and the following Link that might be of some help in your endeavor.

Thanks,

ToddB74

https://phys.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/College_Physics/College_Physics_1e_(OpenStax)/21:_Circuits_Bioelectricity_and_DC_Instruments/21.06:_DC_Circuits_Containing_Resistors_and_Capacitors

I will use AA dry cell non-rechargeable batteries and cemented ceramic resistors for an analogy to pose a question, as follows:

As most of us know, the AA's can be connected series fashion in a DC circuit with the result that their output Volts (and Amps) accumulate when a load is applied, i.e. two 1.5v batteries produce 3v or slightly more when new and for some time afterward as they begin to degrade.

OK, so my question is "what is the effect on the output/input functionality of two new cemented ceramic resistors of some value when connected series fashion in a DC circuit and then a load is applied.?".

I'm really not looking for a string of physics formulas; just please answer briefly in general fashion if you can, and the following Link that might be of some help in your endeavor.

Thanks,

ToddB74

https://phys.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/College_Physics/College_Physics_1e_(OpenStax)/21:_Circuits_Bioelectricity_and_DC_Instruments/21.06:_DC_Circuits_Containing_Resistors_and_Capacitors

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