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# Potential Charge Energy Calculator

## The online calculator for calculating the potential energy of a charge helps you to calculate the potential energy of a charge located at a distance from a stationary charge, and also the potential energy of a charge if the value of the charge and the potential of the electrostatic field are known and gives a step by step solution. Units of measurement can include any Si prefix. The calculator automatically converts one unit to another. The calculator calculates: Potential charge energy.Charge potential energy if known: charge value and electric field potential.

Potential Charge Energy q

The potential energy of a charge q located at a distance r from a stationary charge Q is equal to the ratio of the product of the electrostatic constant k and charges q and Q to the distance r between charges, where k = 8.9875517873681764 × 109. Potential energy is positive if the charges are repelled from each other, and negative if the charges are attracted. The unit for energy in the International System of Units (SI) is the joule, which has the symbol J.
Charge q =
Charge q =
Distance r =
The SI unit of energy W

Potential Charge Energy q if Known: Value of Charge q and Potential of Electrostatic Field φ

The potential energy of the charge q is equal to the product of the value of the charge q by the potential of the electrostatic field ? at a given point. Potential energy is positive if the charges repel each other, and negative if the charges are attracted. The unit for energy in the International System of Units (SI) is the joule, which has the symbol J.
Charge q =
Potential φ =
The SI unit of energy W