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 (ē′kwə-pə-tĕn′shəl, ĕk′wə-)
1. Having equal potential.
2. Physics Having the same electric or gravitational potential at every point.
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1. (General Physics) having the same electric potential or uniform electric potential
2. Also: equipotent equivalent in power or effect
(General Physics) an equipotential line or surface
ˌequipoˌtentiˈality n
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(ˌi kwə pəˈtɛn ʃəl, ˌɛk wə-)

Physics. of the same or uniform potential at every point: an equipotential surface.
e`qui•po•ten`ti•al′i•ty, n.
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