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# Breif answer on what is electric energy?

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Electric Energy is the energy of the Universe. All energy is electric energy.

Gravitational Energy is electric in the sense that matter is held together by electric energy.

Briefly, Electric energy is E= - q1q2 zc/r where q is the electric charge, z is the free space resistance and c is the speed of light.

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## Related Questions

Electric energy is the energy an electric current carries.

Electric motors take electric energy and turn it into kinetic energy Generators and alternators take mechanical energy n turn it into electric energy

No, but it can provide electric energy.

In electric bell, electrical energy is converted int sound energy.

potential energy to electric energy to kinetic energy to heat energy

No, in fact, electric potential energy is high when electric potential is high. Electric potential energy = electric potential x charge So, for the same charge, electric potential energy is proportional to the electric potential..

Electric motors take electric energy and turn it into kinetic energy Generators take mechanical energy and turn it into electric energy

Electricity is produced by electric energy

Electric motor converts electric energy into another form. Mechanical energy is produced.

No - that is not what an electric motor does.You put electric energy in and you get rotational mechanical energy out.The magnets inside the motor are part of the process for converting electric energy into mechanical energy.Hope this helps.

Essentially yes. Where there is electric energy there is magnetic energy.Electric Energy E= QV = IW where Q is charge and V is volts and I is current and W is Webers. QV is electric energy and IW is magnetic Energy.

An electric motor converts electric energy to mechanical energy while a generator converts mechanical energy to electric energy.

Electric potential energy is a form of energy and energy is a scalar quantity, so this also holds true for electric potential energy.

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