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## Homework Statement

An ion, starting from rest, accelerates from point A to point B due to a potential difference between the two points. Does the electric potential energy of the ion at point B depend on it's mass?

## Homework Equations

$$\Delta EPE = q \Delta V$$

$$[J]=[C\cdot \frac{J}{C}]$$

$$[J]=[N\cdot m]=[\frac{kg\cdot m^2}{s^2}]$$

## The Attempt at a Solution

As can be seen in the third equation, the unit of EPE, [J] is given by it's mass [kg]. So the answer should be yes? Why is it not?