Electricity, Electronics. having uniform electric potential throughout, as a hot cathode (unipotential cathode) indirectly heated by a separate heater circuit so that there is no lateral change of voltage across the cathode due to resistance to a heating current.
Biology, unipotent.

uni- + potential

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