What Does Voltage Measure?

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Voltage measures the difference in electrical potential between two points in a circuit. It is represented in joules per coulomb which is the same as work done per charge unit. This units are also known as volts.
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Voltage is measured by using a voltmeter. The voltmeter measures the difference between the positive input and the negative input, giving you the volts, or the voltage.
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