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This physics video tutorial explains the concept of electric potential created by point charges and potential difference also known as voltage. It covers the relationship between charge, electric potential, voltage, electric potential energy, work, and kinetic energy. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

Here is a list of topics:

1. Electric Potential Definition - Electric Potential Energy Per Unit Charge

2. 1 Volt = 1 Joule Per Coulomb - 1 Volt = 1J/C

3. Definition of Voltage - Electric Potential Difference Between Two Points

4. Work, Charge, and Voltage Formula / Equation

5. Positive and Negative Charges In an Electric Field Between Parallel Plates

6. Electric Force, Speed, Kinetic and Potential Energy

7. How to tell if an Electric Field Will Do Positive or Negative Work on Charge as it moves toward the positive or negative plate

8. How to calculate work and change in electric potential energy given charge in microcoulombs and voltage

9. How to calculate speed or velocity given kinetic energy

10. How To Calculate The Acceleration of a Charge In an Electric Field Between Parallel Plates

11. Electric Field, Voltage, and Distance Between Charged Parallel Plates

12. Calculating Final Speed Given Voltage - Kinematics Formula

13. Predicting the Sign of Work Using The Force, Velocity, and Displacement Vectors

14. How To Find Speed Given Kinetic Energy In Electron Volts

15. Charge and Mass of an Electron

16. How To Calculate Electric Field, Acceleration and Final Speed Given Voltage and Distance Between Parallel Plates

17. Equation For Speed / Velocity and Voltage

18. Units of Electric Field - Volt per meter and Newton per Coulomb - V/m, N/C

19. Potential Energy and Electric Potential / Voltage Relationship

20. Electric Potential vs Gravitational Potential Energy

21. Positive vs Negative Work, Speeding Up vs Slowing Down - Increasing / Decreasing Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

22. Electric Potential Gradient - Voltage and Distance In Parallel Plates

23. Electric Potential Created By Point Charge

24. Work Required to move a charge from point A to point B

25. How to calculate the electric potential energy between two charges

26. How to find the potential energy and work of moving a negative charge

27. How much work is required to bring two charges close to each other that were very far apart

28. How to calculate the net electric potential of 3 point charges

29. How to determine where the electric potential is zero between 2 point charges

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