Unit | MV |
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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. |

MV(megavolt) to abV(abvolt)MV(megavolt) to aV(attovolt)MV(megavolt) to cV(centivolt)MV(megavolt) to daV(decavolt)MV(megavolt) to dV(decivolt)MV(megavolt) to EV(exavolt)MV(megavolt) to fV(femtovolt)MV(megavolt) to GV(gigavolt)MV(megavolt) to hV(hectovolt)MV(megavolt) to kV(kilovolt)MV(megavolt) to mV(millivolt)MV(megavolt) to nV(nanovolt)MV(megavolt) to PV(petavolt)MV(megavolt) to pV(picovolt)MV(megavolt) to statV(statvolt)MV(megavolt) to TV(teravolt)MV(megavolt) to V(volt)MV(megavolt) to yV(yoctovolt)MV(megavolt) to YV(yottavolt)MV(megavolt) to ZV(zettavolt)MV(megavolt) to zV(zeptovolt)MV(megavolt) to µV(microvolt)