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Staples APC - Electric Potential
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Can you name the Staples APC- Electric Potential?
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Electric potential, potential, and potential difference are more commonly known as?
What are the units for a volt?
Positive charges want to move from ____ to ____ potential?
Negative charges want to move from ____ to ____ potential?
E=V/d measures a ______ in voltage over a _______ in distance?
The negative derivative of voltage is what?
Vq=?
V=Ed only works for a ?
A series of curves that represent the electric potential are called?
Equipotential lines are ___________ to the E field?
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Movement along equipotential lines do not require _____ ?
EMF stands for?
V for a point charge in a non uniform E field(use k)=?
A positive charge has a ______ voltage at a farther distance from the source?
Sign conventions are based on a ?
Inside a spherical conductor, the voltage is ?
The voltage at any point outside of a spherical conductor can be calculated like a?
Inside a spherical insulator, the voltage is?
The voltage at any point outside of a spherical insulator can be calculated like a?
Electric potential is a?
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