Kobe Dixon

2023-03-22

What is the difference between charge and energy? Are they interrelated

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Energy. Energy is the ability to do work.
Energy comes in different forms:
Heat (thermal);
Motion (kinetic);
Electrical;
Chemical;
Nuclear energy;
Gravitational
People use energy for everything from walking to sending astronauts into space.
There are two types of energy:
Stored (potential) energy;
Working (kinetic) energy
charge
Charge, also known as electric charge, electrical charge, or electrostatic charge and denoted by the symbol q, is a property of a unit of matter that indicates how many more or fewer electrons than protons it contains. The proton in an atom has a positive charge, while the electron has a negative elementary charge. Each type of charge is equal and opposing the other.
Charge and energy in relation to one another
he potential energy is a form ofenergy and the potential (and therefore voltage, when differences are taken) is defined as the potential energy (or potential energy difference) per unit charge, V = E / Q . That's equivalent to your equation.

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