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Electrical Energy Calculator

Last updated: Monday, May 01, 2023
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Electrical energy is the energy resulting from the movement of electric charges. It can be produced by various methods, such as chemical reactions, nuclear reactions, or electromagnetic induction. Electrical energy can be measured in units of joules (J) or kilowatt-hours (kWh), and is often used in the context of electrical power generation and consumption. Some examples of devices that use electrical energy include light bulbs, computers, and electric motors. Understanding the concept of electrical energy is important for designing and operating electrical systems, as well as for promoting energy efficiency and conservation.

The formula for determining the electric energy is defined as:
\(E\) \(=\) \(V\) \(\cdot\) \(Q\)
\(E\): the electric energy
\(Q\): The electric charge
\(V\): the electric potential
The SI unit of electric energy is: \(joule\text{ }(J)\)
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Use this calculator to find the electric energy when the electric potential and the electric charge are given.
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