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If an electron pass through a potential of 1 volt then its potential energy and kinetic energy will decrease by a 1 ev.

Please explain how this statement corect
 

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Do you mean if the statement is correct? It depends on whether the electron is opposing the force from the field or going with the flow. The work/energy difference of one electron moving through 1 volt difference is one electron volt.

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it will either increase or decrease by 1 e.v. in total depending on directional components.

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