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Δ 𝑷𝑬 ????𝒕?𝒊? = qEd Figure 2. Electric field lines produced by a charge and by oppositely charged parallel plates
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Electric potential the work that must be performed against electric forces to move a charge from a reference point to the point in question, divided by the charge Where: V electric potential 𝑷𝑬 ????𝒕?𝒊? electrical potential energy ? charge The potential at a point is the result of the fields due to all other charges near enough and large enough to contribute force on a charge at that point. In other words, the electric potential at a point is independent of the charge at that point . The force that a test charge at the point in question experiences is proportional to the magnitude of the charge. Potential difference is a change in electric potential Potential difference the work that must be performed against electric forces to move a charge between the two points in question, divided by the charge Where: 𝜟 V potential difference 𝜟𝑷𝑬 ????𝒕?𝒊? change in electrical potential energy ? charge Potential difference is a measure of difference in the electrical potential energy between two positions in space divided by the charge. The SI unit for potential difference (and for electric potential) is the volt (V), and is equal to one joule per coulomb. As a 1 C charge moves through a potential difference of 1 V, the charge gains 1 J of energy. 𝑽 = 𝑷𝑬 ????𝒕?𝒊? ? 𝜟𝑽 = 𝜟𝑷𝑬 ????𝒕?𝒊? ?
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The potential difference in a uniform field varies with the displacement from a reference point.
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