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The electric potential difference (V) across a conductor in an electric field (E) can be calculated using the formula: [V = E times d,] where (E) is the electric field strength and (d) is the distance in the direction of the field over which the voltage is being measured.

Given:

– (E = 12.3) units (assuming units are in volts per meter, V/m, for the electric field strength)

– (d = 2) meters

Substitute the known values into the formula:

[V = 12.3 , text{V/m} times 2 , text{m} = 24.6 , text{volts}.]

Therefore, the potential difference across the conductor is 24.6 volts.

d

Explanation: The electric field is given by E = V/L. To get V, put E = 12.3 and L = 2.Thus

we get V = E x L = 12.3 x 2 = 24.6 units

d

Explanation: The electric field is given by E = V/L. To get V, put E = 12.3 and L = 2.Thus we get V = E x L = 12.3 x 2 = 24.6 units.