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What is volt the base unit of?

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Electric potential.
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the SI unit of electromotive force, the difference of potential that would drive one ampere of current against one ohm resistance.
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Which of these is not an SI base unit seconds Kelvin volts ampere?

All SI base units: Base quantity..........................Name........Symbol length......................................meter........m mass...................................

Is volt a SI base unit?

No it is not. A volt is a joule divided by a coulomb, it is m2∙kg∙s−3∙A−1

Is a volt an SI base unit?

No the SI base units are: metre for lengthkilogram for masssecond for timeampere for electric currentkelvin for temperaturecandela for luminous intensitymole for the amount o

Is a volt an si unit?

yes, but not a primary unit.

The volt is the unit of measurement for?

Electricity! Actually just saying "electricity" is an enormous oversimplification. Watts and amperes measure aspects of electricity as well. Volts are a measure of Electro M

Why the units are volt amperes?

The units of power in AC reactive circuits are volt-amperes instead of watts because the voltage and current are not in phase with each other. Volt-amperes is a better indicat