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In the case of an equipotential surface, the electric field at every point is always normal (to the direction of the electric field (E)). Therefore, the potential at point B is more than C and B. So, the potential at points are VB>VC>VA. Hence, the electric potential at point B is maximum.

## Where is the potential maximum?

So maximum potential energy will be when the two objects are placed at infinite distance from each other. Hence, its maximum value is **zero at infinity**.

## How do you find the maximum electric potential?

We can use the equation **VAB=Ed** to calculate the maximum voltage. VAB=Ed. or VAB=75kV. (The answer is quoted to only two digits, since the maximum field strength is approximate.)

## What is potential maximum?

The maximum potential means just what it sounds like: **the emissions that would be emitted if the machine or process were operated at 100 percent of its rated capacity**, which is often found on the equipment’s nameplate. … In fact, I’d venture to say that most equipment operates between 50 and 80 percent of the nameplate.

## Is electric potential on dipole axis maximum?

The electric potential will be maximum at the dipole axis. When **θ=90∘→cosθ=0** . The electric potential will be zero at the perpendicular axis of the dipole.

## What are the points at which electric potential of a dipole has maximum value?

When **the angle between the dipole moment and electric field is 180°** then the potential energy of electric dipole is maximum.

## Why potential energy is maximum at extreme position?

At extreme positions Potential energy is **maximum** and kinetic energy is minimum and equal to zero as extreme position the particle is temporarily stationary. During the motion at any point of time the sum of instantaneous Potential Energy and instantaneous Kinetic energy is a constant of the system.

## Can electric potential zero?

Yes, **electric potential can be zero at a point** even when the electric field is not zero at that point. … At the midpoint of the charges of the electric dipole, the electric field due to the charges is non zero, but the electric potential is zero.

## How do you solve electric potential?

The equation for the electric potential due to a point charge is **V=kQr V = kQ r** , where k is a constant equal to 9.0×10^{9} N⋅m^{2}/C^{2}.

## What is least potential energy?

When an object has the LEAST potential energy is when **it has the MOST kinetic energy**.

## Where is the maximum potential energy in a pendulum?

The total energy of a system remains constant. What do you think happens to the energy of a ball in a pendulum that swings back and forth? The ball at the top of the swing is briefly motionless. It has the greatest potential energy, because it is highest **above the surface**.

## Can the potential function have a maximum and minimum in free space?

No, **the potential function does not have a maximum or minimum** in free space, it is because the absence of atmosphere around conductor prevents the phenomenon of electric discharge or potential leakage.