# Electric Potential Energy

With this electric potential energy calculator, you can easily compute the electric potential energy (voltage) at a particular distance.

Electric potential energy, commonly known as potential energy, refers to the capacity of work done by external forces. In electrical systems, this energy is stored in the circuits and is referred to as electric potential energy or voltage. The stored energy is often transferred to other forms such as heat, light, or motion. The electric potential energy at a specific point in space, located at a distance of r from a single charge, can be calculated using the formula V = kQ/r. With this electric potential energy calculator, you can easily compute the electric potential energy (voltage) at a particular distance.

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• V(r) = kQ / r
• (i.e) k = 1 / (4 x π x ϵ0)

where,

• V(r) = Electric Potential
• Q = Charge
• k = Scalar Quantity
• ϵ0 = Permittivity
• r = Point Distance