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What is the difference between voltage, electric potential, electric potential energy, potential difference, electromotive force, and terminal voltage?
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Electric potential is the amount of work that is done to bring a positively unit charge from infinity to that point. Voltage also known as electric potential difference are the same as they refer to the amount of energy that is used to move a positively charged particle from one point to the other in an electric field. Potential refers to the difference in electric potential between two points. Electric potential energy refers to the energy that is required by the charge to move it against the electric field. Electromotive force refers to the work done in carrying the positive charge around the circuit. Terminal voltage refers to the voltage output that is measured across the terminals of a device.
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