what is the difference between potential difference,voltage difference and electrical difference

Asked by abhigya chaudhary | 28th Mar, 2012, 02:08: PM

Expert Answer:

In effect, voltage means the potential differnce between two points in a circuit. There is a term electric potential and not electrical difference..
he electric potential at a point is equal to the electricpotential energy (measured in joules) of a charged particle at that location divided by the charge (measured in coulombs) of the particle.

Answered by  | 28th Mar, 2012, 08:43: PM

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