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ge•o•po•ten•tial



Pronunciation: ( jē"ō-pu-ten'shul), [key]
n. Physics.
the difference between the potential energy of a mass at a given altitude and the potential energy of an identical mass at sea level, equivalent to the energy required to move the mass from sea level to the given altitude.

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