What is the Definition of Potential Energy in Physics

Definition of Potential Energy

 

Potential energy is the energy within an object because of its position or state.

Gravitational potential energy: E = mgh

 

 

 

Where:

 

E = Potential Energy [J]

 

M = Mass [kg]

 

g = Gravitational Acceleration [m s-2]

 

h = height of the location of the object [m]

 

Elastic potential energy: F / N ..l

 

W = 1/2 FS

 

Where:

 

W = work done [J]

F = force exerted [N]

s = extension or compression of the spring [m]

 

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