is electric potential conservative?
is it correct?
Electrostatic fields are conservative (a conservative field is one that can be represented as the gradient of some scalar potential). Electric potential is a scalar, so I'm not sure what you mean by conservative....what is a conservative scalar?
yes it is a scalar so is it conservative
What definiton of "conservative" are you using?
Conservative potential is a potential that gives rise to conservative force.
Alternatively, it's one that is path independent, and is simply a function of coordinate.
That definition makes no sense. Any single-valued scalar potential will give rise to a conservative field.
All scalars are path independent.
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