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== == Volts are a measure of electrical "pressure" differential.

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Volts are the measure of Eletro motive force. (EMF)

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Volts and amperes measure different electrical qualities. Volts is a measure of energy supplied. Since this is in home electricity you are probably using 110 volts. Amperes is a measure of current or draw of a device. They are not equivalent.

There are different units for electricity, depending on what you want to measure; for example: volts to measure voltage amperes to measure current watts to measure power etc.

Volts are the measure of electrical force or pressure that causes current to flow in a circuit. This is related directly to electricity. Voltage is also measured in volts.

American use both watts and volts to measure units of electricity.

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

Volts cannot be directly converted into watts as they measure different aspects of electricity. Volts must be multiplied by the number of amps to determine the number of watts.

Which is a characteristic of static electricity

The watt is the unit of power. For electricity, watts = volts x amps.

Volts, amperes, watts and ohms. pressure (or force), current, energy, and resistance.

Amperes measure the rate of flow of electricity in a conductor Volts measure electrical pressure Watts measure the amount of energy or work that can be done by Amperes and Volts Relationship: Work = Pressure x Flow or Watts = Volts x Amperes When you know two variables you can calculate the other Formulas - This formula referred to as the West Virginia Formula (W - VA)Watts = Volts x Amps Volts = Watts / Amps Amps - Watts / Volts Refer to link below for more information

220 volts means the power behind the electricity. current means the speed at which the electricity is being transmitted. currecnt is measure in amperes.

.7 volts

Sure. Electricity can hold any amount of electricity.

The effects of being shocked by 13200 volts of electricity is probably death.

The energy is measured in watts. Volts and amps are also used to measure different properties of electricity, but only watts is a valid measure of electrical energy.

The watt or kilowatt (1000 watts) for power, volts for potential difference, amps for current

I believe the symbol you used, the "omega" stands for ohms, a measure of resistance in electricity and electrical work.

240 volts

Yes. Some common measurements are Volts which measure electro-motive force, or EMF. This is the 'strength' of the electricity. Another measurement is Amperes, which is a measure of current flow, which is the amount of electricity flowing, just like current in a river. Power is the ability of electricity to do work, and is obtained by multiplying EMF times current. Power can be rated in watts, kilowatts, joules, and so forth. By the way, Volts and Amperes are capitalized because they are named after real people. Same with deciBel, which is 1/10 of a Bel, which was named after Alexander Bell, the inventor of the telephone.

Because they are different characteristics. If you'd compare electricity to water, Volts would be the pressure, and Amps would be the flow. So you can have high pressure but little flow - like a water pistol. Or you can have high flow and little pressure - like upending a bucket.

The minimum is somewhere around 10000 volts, the max is many million.

A car battery has usually 12 volts.

Volts are the "electromotive force" that is needed to "drive" the electricity through the wiring.