electron-volt

<unit> A general unit of energy of moving particles, equal to the kinetic energy acquired by an electron losing one volt of potential, equal to 1.602 x 10-19 J. ... This is the energy an electron (or other particle of charge=1 such as a proton), gains as it is accelerated through a potential difference of 1 volt. In plasma physics the electro
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electron-volt

electron-volt, abbr. eV, unit of energy used in atomic and nuclear physics; 1 electron-volt is the energy transferred in moving a unit charge, positive or negative and equal to that charge on the electron, through a potential difference of 1 volt. The maximum energy of a particle accelerator is usua...
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electron-volt

(eV, ev) Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-lek′tron-vōlt Definitions: 1. The energy imparted to an electron by a potential of 1 V; equal to 1.60218 ׀ 10−12 erg in the CGS system, or 1.60218 ׀ 10−19 J in the SI system.
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