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electric potential

In classical electromagnetism, the electric potential (denoted by φ, φE or V; also called the electrostatic potential) at a point in space is electrical potential energy divided by charge that is associated with a static (time-invariant) electric field. It is a scalar quantity, typically measured in volts.

There is also a generalized electric scalar potential that is used in electrodynamics when time-varying electromagnetic fields are present. This generalized electric potential cannot be simply interpreted as the ratio of potential energy to charge, however. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrostatic_potential (external link)

See Also

12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials
12.04 - Locked Potentials and the Square Law
12.27 - Potentials
14.25 - Dominant is Light of Electrical Spark
16.25 - Magnetic Attraction caused by Dominant Current of Electrical Stream
16.28 - Keelys Free Electrical Energy Machine
3.22 - Quantum Leap Delta equivalent to Locked Potentials Delta
Chart of Locked Potentials
electrical affinity
Electricity
Figure 12.04 - Locked Potential Points Relations and Descriptions
Figure 12.10 - Russells Locked Potential Wave
Figure 12.11 - Russells Locked Potential Full Ten Octave Gamut
Figure 3.13 - Orthogonal Vector Potentials
Figure 3.5 - Conflicting and Opposing Vector Potentials
Figure 9.12 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time
Ionization
Locked Potentials and Subdivisions
Locked Potentials and the Square Law
Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials
Penning Ionization
Potential
Scalar Potential
Scale of Locked Potentials
Syntropy
Volt


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