I have read hat there is two types of electric fields exist in galvanic cell.I understand E because of charges accumulated on electrodes but what about other E -field? What does cause this field and what is the direction? Detailed answer with explanation in terms of ions and charge will be helpful.
Full thought and Reasoning : In a galvanic cell when we immerse electrodes in solution,both electrode get charged.This building of charges is the result of chemical reactions on both sides. Now we in this process of building charges on the electrode if we see individual electrode ,lets say on one electrode there is negative charge (-ve) is building due to chemical reaction.This reaction also result in extra metal ions in solution which will be equilibrium with the electrode in joining the it and again separating with it again. Now I have understood till now .I know that there will be electric field between electrode due to these charges built on electrodes.My question is what about the ions in the solution of negative electrode(-ve ) side and lack of ions on the positive electrode side ? Will there be any Electric field from Positive to Negative electrode due to these ions (there are in different solution & different beakers )?
Example : Let's say We have a circuit containing battery and a resistor.In that circuit
In above image what is fs . it is adding to E which means it has to be some kind of Electric field.From where did it come ? That's only my question .Thank you