Equipotential

E`qui·po·ten'tial adjective [ Equi- + potential .] (Mech. & Physics) Having the same potential. Equipotential surface , a surface for which the potential is for all points of the surface constant. Level surfaces on the earth are equipotential .
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equipotential

(e″kwĭ-po-ten´shәl) having similar and equal power or capability.
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Equipotential

• (a.) Having the same potential.
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equipotential

(from the article `physical science, principles of`) ...plotted; from these E follows by calculating -grad . By the use of the potential, the necessity of vector addition of individual field ...
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equipotential

equipotential Of the same or exhibiting uniform potential at every point; such as, an equipotential surface. Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: 'master, lead, leading, ruler, ruling, govern': -agogic; agon-; arch-; -crat; dom-; gov-; magist-; regi-; tyran...
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Equipotential

Equipotential or isopotential in mathematics and physics refers to a region in space where every point in it is at the same potential. This usually refers to a scalar potential (in that case it is a level set of the potential), although it can also be applied to vector potentials. An equipotential of a scalar potential function in n-dimensional sp...
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equipotential

pertaining to a set of points all of which are at the same scalar potential
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