Volt, Physics

Volt; V (after A. Volta, 1745-1827)

The derived SI unit of electric potential, explained as the difference of potential among two points on a conductor carrying a constant current of 1 A while the power dissipated among the points is 1 W; therefore it has units of W/A.

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