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Video tutorials showing how to install msc Marc software on Microsoft Windows. MSC Marc Mentat 2012 Category:Chemistry softwareQ: Why is 50 volts on the minus side of a DC supply always positive? I understand that a positive voltage is the voltage of a positive charge, and that the negative side of a DC supply represents a negative charge. But why is it the case that when we plug a 5-V battery in, the voltage on the positive side is always greater than the voltage on the negative side? (The opposite seems to be the case with my own devices.) A: The voltage on one side of the supply is always greater than the voltage on the other side, regardless of the polarity of the supply. The 5V battery example in your question is an idealized illustration. A: This is a visualization of the potential energy stored in a capacitor with constant electric field strength. Voltage-Eddy current concept The voltage-Eddy current concept shows the electric field strength as a function of distance along the field lines. The voltage-Eddy current is a concept developed for point charges and lines of charge. These have a symmetrical charge distribution, which is represented by a parallel distribution of field lines, and a charge density which is represented by an equipotential contour. Electric field Electric field strength is the product of the electric field, with the electric field strength in \$V/m\$ where \$V\$ is the magnitude of the electric field strength, and \$m\$ is the permittivity of the medium. Electric field strength is represented as a vector, as shown in the diagram on the right. The magnitude of the electric field is represented by the length of the arrow (which is not to scale). Electric field strength is the vector sum of three contributions: the electric field from the charges (or lines of charge) (which is shown as an arrow on the left), the electric field from the charges (or lines of charge) (which is shown as the vertical arrow), and the induced electric field from the charge (or line of charge) due to the movement of the charge through the electric field. The total electric field is the vector sum of these three contributions, and the strength of the electric field is the magnitude of the electric field. Figure 1. Electric field strength. Electric potential energy Electric potential energy is the energy that

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