What Is The Definition For Voltage?

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Larry Patterson Profile
Larry Patterson answered
Voltage is electromotive force, sometimes referred to as EMF.
Voltage is the force that pushes electrons through the conductor.
 
Electrical circuits are sometimes compared to water piping systems.
In that analogy, voltage is the equivalent of the water pump that forces the water through the pipe.
 
This is a gross oversimplification and you can find more detail at Wik.
sherlin smith Profile
sherlin smith answered

Voltage, also called electromotive force is the potential difference in charge between two points in an electrical field. The symbol of voltage is V.

Voltage can be direct or alternating. A direct voltage is one which  maintains the polarity same at all times,where as in an alternating voltage, the polarity reverses direction periodically.

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Anonymous answered
The term Voltage is defined as the potential that exists between the two particular points in clear it is define as the amount of electrons that flows between two points in a conductor at a given time.

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