V (volts) = I (amperes) x R (ohms)
formula for determining potential difference
Capacitance is defined as the maximum charge stored in a capacitor per unit potential difference. According to this definition, the formula should be : Capacitance = Charge stored / Potential Difference
It remains the same. The formula for determining PE is PE = mâ€¢gâ€¢h, where m is mass in kg, g is 9.8m/s2, and h is height above the ground in meters. Temperature is not a factor in determining potential energy.
There is no such thing as a 'voltage difference'. By definition, 'voltage' is a difference in potential. So, while you can have a difference in potential, you cannot have a difference in potential difference! It's important to understand the difference between 'potential' and 'potential difference' (voltage) -in simple terms, you can equate potential to height, and potential difference to a difference in height. A value of potential depends upon its point of reference (although this is frequently measured with respect to earth), whereas potential difference is absolute.
There is no difference. By definition, 'voltage' is synonymous with 'potential difference'.
There is no such thing as a 'voltage difference'. Voltageis another term for potential difference, so 'voltage difference' would mean 'potential difference difference', which doesn't make sense!So, there is 'potential', and there is 'potential difference' (i.e. 'voltage'), but there is no 'voltage difference'! Both potential and potential difference are measured in volts.Incidentally, strictly speaking, 'voltage' is rather like 'amperage' -both are loose, but widely-used, expressions for 'potential difference' and 'current'.
Potential difference can be measured with a voltmeter.
v=iR (v=potential difference two pts, R=resistance)
There isn't a formula for determining the degrees of a simple acute angle. The only way is with a protractor or estimate.
Kinetic energy is energy related to movement. The formula is (1/2) mass times velocity squared. Potential energy is energy of position. The formula for gravitional potential energy is mgh (mass times gravitation times height).
In electricity a potential difference is measured in volts.
the unit of potential difference is 1 volt.
there is no difference
Potential Difference is measured in Volts
V represents potential difference
'Voltage' is simply another term for 'potential difference'. It is NOT the same as 'potential', however.
potential difference is the algebraic difference of potentials between the two nodes of a circuit whereas voltage is the unit to denote potential difference.Answer'Voltage' is simply another word for 'potential difference'. The volt is the unit, not 'voltage'.
There is no such thing as a 'voltage difference'! 'Voltage' means 'potential difference', so what you appear to be asking is "How do you get the largest potential difference difference?'! Potential difference is caused by the separation of charges between two points. The greater the amount of charge separation, the greater the potential difference.
0.144 JOULES. One can calculate this from the formula E=Vq in which E is energy, V is potential difference & q is charge.
Another name for potential difference is voltage.
Voltage, along with electric pressure, electric tension, and electrical potential difference is measured in units of electric potential. This can be joules per coulomb or volts.AnswerFirst of all, there is no such thing as a 'voltage difference'. Voltage is already a 'difference', as it is an alternative name for 'potential difference'! 'Voltage difference', therefore, would mean 'potential difference difference', which makes no sense!The unit for potential and potential difference (voltage) is the volt, which is equivalent to a coulomb per second.
electric potential is potential difference between two points in closed circuit. but electromotive force is potential difference in any open circuit.
Unless you are using 'potential' in the general sense (i.e. "What is the possible voltage?"), there is no such engineering term as 'potential voltage'. Voltage is a synonym for 'potential difference', so your expression would then mean "What is the potential potential difference?"Do not mix up 'potential' with 'potential difference' (voltage); they are two different things.
Potential difference means the difference in the potentials at two specified points. If "potential" is mentioned without any such qualifier it usually means the potential difference between a point and the "earth" or "grounded terminal". The prefix "electric" is just a reminder we are talking electrically. But the same argument applies equally to gravitational potential.