**Electric Potential Difference**

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ENERGY DIFFERENCE IN AN ELECTRIC FIELD When placed in an electric field, a charge feels a force. This means thai it it moves around in an electric field work will be done. As a result, the charge will either gain or lose electrical potential energy. Electrical potential energy is the energy that a charge has as a result of its position in an electrical field. This is the same idea as a mass in a gravitational field. If we lift a mass up, its gravitational potential energy increases. If the mass falls Two points in an electric field. In this definition, the infinitesimal displacement dSs is interpreted as the displacement between two points in space rather than the displacement of a point charge as in Equation 24.1. Just as with potential.energy, only differences in electric potential are meaningful. We often take the value of the electric potential to be zero at some convenient point in an electric field. Potential difference should not be confused with difference in potential energy.1.6 Concept of Electric Potential and Potential Difference When two similarly charged particles are brought near, they try to repel each other while dissimilar charges attract each other. This means, every charged particle has a tendency to do work. Key Point : This ability of a charged particle to do the work is called its electric potential. The unit of electric potential is volt. The electric potential at a point due to a charge is one volt if one joule of work is done in bringing a.unit positive 4 • If E is known at just one point, can V be found at that point? s • In what direction can you move relative to an electric field so that the electric potential does not change? 6 • • In the calculation of V at a point x on the axis of a FIGURE 2327 Problem 16 Estimation and Approximation 1 7 • Estimate the potential difference between a thundercloud and the earth, given that the electrical breakdown of air occurs at fields of roughly 3 X 106 V/m. 18 • |SSM| Estimate the potential difference All along this path there is a nearly uniform electric field of 〈1000,200, −510〉 N/C. Calculate Vf − Vi, including sign and units. 17.X.35 A capacitor with a gap of 1 mm has a potential difference from one.plate to the other of 36 volts. What is the magnitude of the electric field between the plates? 17.X.36 An electron starts from rest in a vacuum, in a region of strong electric field. The electron moves through a potential difference of 44 volts. (a) What is the kinetic energy of the electron in The electric potential can be measured in terms of work done and is defined as the work done in bringing unit positive charge from infinity to a point in an electric field is called electric potential (V). The electric potential is measured in volts (V). The electric potential at a point is said to be 1 volt if 1 joule of work is done in bringing unit positive charge from infinity to that point. Potential difference To bring a unit positive.charge from infinity to a point in an electric field, some work has to Solution 1 Electric charge is electric current multiplied by time. Thus [q] = [A][T], so [q] = [AT] (1.7) 2 When a charge of 1 coulomb is moved through a potential difference of 1 volt the work done is 1 joule of energy, so that electric potential difference is energy divided by electric charge. Thus [pd] = [w]/[q]. From Equation (1.5) we have that [w] = [M L T'l, and from Equation (1.7) we see that [q] = [AT), so [pd] = [ML*T*]/[AT] = [M L T *][A 'T"] Or [pd] = [ML*T* A "] (1.8) Example 1.4 Obtain the Then, how might this disturbance in the distribution of the electricpotential difference produced in a single neuron by some external action.of neurotransmitters work on other neurons? This effect is thought to be a function of the axon. Since the axon is in the form of a long projection, it may be regarded as a long and narrow tubular membrane enfolding cytoplasm. On the tubular membrane, electricpotentialsensitive ion channels are distributed adjacently. If the electricpotential ELECTRIC. POTENTIAL. AND. POTENTIAL. DIFFERENCE. The electric potential at any point in an electric field is defined as the work done in joules in moving a unit positive charge from infinity (i.e., from zero potential) to that point against the electric field. Work done Electric potential = Electric charge or V= ^ (2.6) Q When W is expressed in joules, Q in coulombs, V is expressed in volts..Then the electric potential at a particular point in an electric field is one volt provided one joule of 1 7 Electric potential difference Potential Difference (Voltage) Two or more points in an electric field can have different electric potential energy. It follows that an electric potential difference can exist between two points where: U Electric potential difference (V) between two points is the change in electric potential energy per unit charge. The SI unit of electric potential difference is joule per coulomb (J.C1) or the volt (V). The electric potential difference between two points is one volt if