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Unformatted text preview: electric potenEal U = qV U: electric potenEal energy (scalar) q: charge V: electric potenEal (scalar) InteresEng points: 1.  Zero of electric potenEal energy and potenEal 2.  PotenEal to be related to electric field Problem 1: When a negaEve charge is released and moves under an influence of an electric field, it moves to a posiEon of a. b. c.  d.  e. lower potenEal and lower potenEal energy. lower potenEal and higher potenEal energy. higher potenEal and lower potenEal energy. higher potenEal and higher potenEal energy. decreasing magnitude of the electric field. ! r Q PotenEal En...
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