How much work is done when one coulomb charge moves against a potential difference of 1 volt?
Charge given, Q = 1 C
Potential difference, V = 1 V
Thus, the amount of work done, W in moving the charge is:
W = V × Q
= 1 V × 1 C
= 1 J
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