Comic Potential - meaning and definition. What is Comic Potential
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What (who) is Comic Potential - definition

Comic Potential         
Comic Potential by Alan Ayckbourn is a romantic sci-fi comedy play. It is set in a TV studio in the foreseeable future, when low-cost androids (known as "actoids") have largely replaced actors.
Electric potential         
  • The electric potential created by a charge, ''Q'', is ''V''&nbsp;=&thinsp;''Q''/(4πε<sub>0</sub>''r''). Different values of ''Q'' yield different values of electric potential, ''V'', (shown in the image).
Electrical potential; Electrostatic potential; Electric scalar potential; Electrical scalar potential; Electrical potential difference; Electric Scalar Potential; Coulomb potential; Coulomb Potential; Electric Potential; Electrical Potential; Potential electric; Scalar potential difference; Vector potential difference; Electric field potential
The electric potential (also called the electric field potential, potential drop, the electrostatic potential) is defined as the amount of work energy needed to move a unit of electric charge from a reference point to the specific point in an electric field. More precisely, it is the energy per unit charge for a test charge that is so small that the disturbance of the field under consideration is negligible.
Scalar potential         
  • Vector field (right) and corresponding scalar potential (left).
  • Plot of a two-dimensional slice of the gravitational potential in and around a uniform spherical body. The [[inflection point]]s of the cross-section are at the surface of the body.
  • uniform gravitational field near the Earth's surface
Scalar Potential; Scaler potential
In mathematical physics, scalar potential, simply stated, describes the situation where the difference in the potential energies of an object in two different positions depends only on the positions, not upon the path taken by the object in traveling from one position to the other. It is a scalar field in three-space: a directionless value (scalar) that depends only on its location.
Pronunciation examples for Comic Potential
1. that's quite funny, has a comic potential and I thought this was going to be hilarious
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Examples of use of Comic Potential
1. He thinks the TSA will never beat the post office for pure comic potential.
2. The comic potential inherent in appointing a royal bureaucrat to police free expression is exploited in Stephen Frearss latest film, Mrs Henderson Presents, the story of the Windmill Theatre, the first venue in London to be allowed to display nudity.
3. Since the US vice–president‘s ill–judged shot landed up to 600 pellets in the chest of his friend, the lawyer Harry Whittington, the media has joyously mined the accident‘s comic potential, inevitably drawing parallels between Mr Cheney‘s hunting skills and his political reputation.
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