Would it be correct to call Voltage and Temperature intensive measures of Energy, and call Electric Field and Pressure intensive measures of the potential for Force generation? If so, is Voltage (Potential Energy) used to generate a force on a charged particle (by way of an Electrical Field), while Temperature (Kinetic Energy) is used to generate a force on a particle with mass (by way of Pressure)? If this is also true, then what are their conjugate variables? Am I pairing these up properly...? Pressure...Volume Temperature...Entropy Voltage...Total Charge? Total Charge Flow? Electric Field...Charge Displacement (Dipole moment?) I'm a pre-medical student studying for the MCAT. I was reinforcing my foundations in physics and got a bit carried away. Sorry if some of the technical language isn't correct. In any case, I'm curious now.