Hello all, For a few months, I've been (off and on) trying to come up with a more intuitive definition for Electric Potential (or Voltage, if you prefer), as all I can seem to find are mathematical equations. I believe I have finally come up with a satisfactory result, and I merely wanted to verify it with those that may be more knowledgeable on this matter than I. Here's my intuitive definition: "Analogous to the electric field, which is essentially the force vector that would occur were a test charge present in the field, the electric potential (being the integral of the electric potential energy divided by a test charge) is the change in electric potential energy between two points that would occur were a test charge present in the displacement from one point to the other." This has, for me, significantly helped my intuitive understanding of it. Nevertheless, if someone finds fault with this definition in any way, please let me know, as I would hate to misinterpret the facts, especially as a undergraduate physics major! And, of course, as anyone who's taken at least a semester of physics knows, the devil's in the details.