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whats the formula for electric potential energy

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  1. anonymous
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    In a uniform electric field, the formula for electrical potential energy is: \[PE = - qEd\]

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    i thought its \[1/2 QV \]? its in side my capacitor syllabus

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    is it correct?

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    is it correct?

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    That is correct for a capacitor, yes. Please be more specific next time, so others can answer your question faster. ;)

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    thanks. appreciate it, i have my physics unit4 edeccel exam coming in a month's time!

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