Is this a correct definition of one volt?
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Feb19-13, 07:36 PM
One volt is when:
The difference in (electrical potential energy per unit charge (q)) between two places equals one.
Where electrical potential energy equals
EPE at distance R from charge Q = (1/4piEpsilonNought) * Q/R
Is this Correct?
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