equipotential

[ee-kwuh-puh-ten-shuhl, ek-wuh-]
adjective Physics.
of the same or exhibiting uniform potential at every point: an equipotential surface.

Origin:
1670–80; equi- + potential

equipotentiality, noun
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equipotential (ˌiːkwɪpəˈtɛnʃəl)
 
adj
1.  having the same electric potential or uniform electric potential
2.  Also: equipotent equivalent in power or effect
 
n
3.  an equipotential line or surface
 
equipotenti'ality
 
n

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equipotential   (ē'kwə-pə-těn'shəl, ěk'wə-)  Pronunciation Key 
A surface within a region containing a potential (typically electric potential), such that all the points on the surface have equal potential.
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Example sentences
Our customer does not want to install an equipotential plane in his new
  free-stall addition.
Protection from the step potential hazard should be to stay in the zone of
  equipotential while working.
Flow nets consist of flow lines and equipotential lines.
The datum is not mean sea level, the geoid or any other equipotential surface.
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