Volt
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Key Stage 3
Meaning
A Volt (V) is the scientific unit of Potential Difference.
About Volts
Converting to Volts
Unit | To convert | Volts |
1 Megavolt (1MV) | Convert to Volts x1000,000. | 1000,000V |
1 kilovolt (1kV) | Convert to Volts x1000. | 1000V |
1 volt (1V) | Convert to Volts x1. | 1V |
1 millivolt 1(mV) | Convert to Volts /1000. | 0.001V |
1 microvolt 1(µV) | Convert to Volts /1000,000. | 0.000001V |
Key Stage 4
Meaning
Volts (V) are the SI Unit for current.
About Volts
Converting to Volts
Unit | To convert | Volts |
1 megavolt (1MV) | Convert to Volts x10^{6} | 1x10^{6}V |
1 kilovolt (1kV) | Convert to Volts x10^{3} | 1x10^{3}V |
1 Volt (1V) | Convert to Volts x1 | 1V |
1 millivolt 1(mV) | Convert to Volts x10^{-3} | 1x10^{-3}V |
1 microvolt 1(µV) | Convert to Volts x10^{-6} | 1x10^{-6}V |
1 nanovolt 1(nV) | Convert to Volts x10^{-9} | 1x10^{-9}V |
References
AQA
- Volts (V), page 294, GCSE Combined Science Trilogy 1, Hodder, AQA
- Volts (V), page 39, GCSE Physics, Hodder, AQA