Yes. Electric Potential energy E= VQ thus 2VQ = 2E.
In apex, the answers for 2 potential energies, the answers are Elastic, and Magnetic energy.
None that I know of. Something like a loudspeaker uses electromagnets (the speaker coil) and permanent magnets (the magnet in the speaker frame) but the electromagnetic field and the permanent magnetic field repel each other and the electromagnet moves. A motor also uses EM-PM repulsion. It's a lot easier to find devices that use electromagnetism to move pieces of iron or steel.
1. when a toaster transforms electrical energy to thermal energu to toast your bread. 2. a cell phone transforms the electrical energy to eletromagnetic energy to contact with other cellphones. hope you understand it:)
Electriity Kind of obvious
Electrical energy is a form of energy derived from the flow of neutrons, the negatively charged particles in atoms. When loosely used to describe energy absorbed or delivered by an electrical circuit, "electrical energy" refers to energy which has been converted from electrical potential energy. This energy is supplied by the combination of electric current and electrical potential that is delivered by the circuit. At the point that this electrical potential energy has been converted to another type of energy, it ceases to be electrical potential energy. Thus, all electrical energy is potential energy before it is delivered to the end-use. Once converted from potential energy, electrical energy can always be described as another type of energy (heat, light, motion, etc.).
Electric potential can be high when electrical potential energy is relatively low if the charge is low as well. ... It is correct to say that an object with twice the electric potential of another has twice the electrical potential energy only if the charges are the same.
Electric potential is the electric potential energy per unit coulomb. So unit for electric potential is J/C and that of electric potential energy is simply J
It is false that an electric motor converts electrical energy to potential energy.
Electric Potential = Electrical Potential Energy/ Charge The measurement for electric potential is call the volt. Electrical Potential is often called voltage. Voltage or Electrical Potential = 0.5 Joules / .0001 Coloumb = 5000
"voltage" (also referred to as 'potential')
Yes. Potential Electrical energy is E= q^2zc/4pi r.
The electrical energy supplied to an electric motor
In an electric circuit, potential energy is usually understood as "stored charge." This is what capacitors do.
Electric energy to kitenic energy
electric energy kinetic mechanical energy