Unit MV
Name megavolt
Category Electric Potential
Details In the field of electric potential, the unit megavolt (MV) is used to represent a potential difference of one million volts. Electric potential, also known as voltage, is a measure of the electrical potential energy per unit charge in an electric field. Essentially, it quantifies the work needed to move a charged particle between two points in an electrical field.

1 Megavolt (MV) = 1,000,000 volts (V)

Megavolt is a larger unit used for expressing high voltage levels, such as those seen in power transmission systems, lightning strikes, and high-voltage research facilities.