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Delta V=Delta U/q nat

My question is what exactly is q nat in this equation?

2. Relevant equations

Delta V=Delta U/q nat

3. The attempt at a solution

I am thinking that q nat is the charge at the place where you are trying to find the potential difference. The way my book words it though I am really not sure.

Thank You.

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# Homework Help: Help interpreting Voltage equation

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