I understand power is not energy (and vice-versa). See post #357
Yet you make this comment:
How much of that power is realized energy (i.e. converted to another form of energy
It is one Watt.I think this is where we are having a major snafu...
One volt times one ampere occuring at the same instant is one volt-ampere. Until we include such conditions or parameters which indicate work is performed or energy converted at that same instant, it cannot be one watt.
Let me try yet again.....
Suppose you have one Volt DC and one Amp dc you would agree, would you not, that this is one Watt?
Does the duration of that 1V and 1A make it anything other than 1W?