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Electric Potential Potential = PE per unit charge Potential difference: constant E V = ∆ U / q V a - V b = E x b - x a ( 29 = Ed b ------------------- d +Q PHY2049: Chapter 24 9 Potential difference: general E field
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Unformatted text preview: Potential higher at + charges and “falls” to lower value at − charges +q: Moves from higher to lower V −q: Moves from lower to higher V...
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