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What unit is represented by (a) joule per coulomb (b) coulomb per second (c) watt second?

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(a)

Joule represents the unit of the work and the coulombs represents the unit of the charge. So, the Joule per coulomb will be will be the work done on a unit charge. And the work done on a unit charge refers the potential. Therefore, the unit of potential will be Joule per coulomb that is “volt”.

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(b)

Coulomb refers the unit of charge and second represent the unit of time. Therefore, the charge per unit time that is in term of corresponding physica...

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