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What unit is used when measuring the push that causes a charge to move?

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push is always a force. It's Newton right?
It's either ohms, volts, resistance or pressure. I'm just no good at science and don't remember...

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Volts is the closest answer i can think of.
the potential of moving a charge is created by voltage and it is measured in Volts..:)
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