I have a question that I think relates to the relationship between voltage and charge. A statement in an essay about x-rays states that:
"If the voltage between the cathode and the anode = V, then the kinetic energy of an electron with charge e = Ve"
Can anyone expand on that and help me understand why this is so?
Thanks in advance.
"If the voltage between the cathode and the anode = V, then the kinetic energy of an electron with charge e = Ve"
Can anyone expand on that and help me understand why this is so?
Thanks in advance.