Asked in Skittles
How many joules of energy are in 1 skittle?
How many joules of potential energy does 10 kg box have that is 1 m from the floor?
Asked in Energy
How many joules in an apple Energy is measured in joules?
Asked in Energy
How many joules of potential energy does a 1-N book gain when it is elevated 4 m?
Asked in Home Electricity
How many joules of energy does a 100Watt light bulb use per hour?
Asked in Food & Cooking, Chemistry
What contains the most joules of energy a banana or a sausage?
How many joules are required to raise 1 kg one meter?
Asked in Units of Measure, Circuits
How many BTUs are required to produce a kilowatt of electricity?
Besides the fact joules are a measure of energy for most of the world and no longer BTUs, the question can't be answered because it makes no sense. 1 joule of energy can create 1 kilowatt for 1/1000 of a second, while 1000 joules can produce 1 kilowatt for 1 second. Joules (BTUs) are a measure of an amount of energy while watts are a measure of RATE of energy flow.
Asked in Energy, Kinematics
Explain the difference between temperature and kinetic energy?
How many joules energy does it take to raise 14 kg 1 meter?
Asked in Energy, Nuclear Energy, Fossil Fuels
What does energy value mean?
Energy is measured in Joules in the SI system. Any type of energy can be assessed in Joules. Heat is measured in calories or BTU, but can be put into Joules by the mechanical equivalent of heat, which is 4.2 Joules per calorie, or1055 Joules per BTU. The most basic definition of the Joule is the work done in moving 1 meter against a force of 1 Newton
Asked in Electrical Wiring
How much electrical energy does a 100W lamp use in 1 second?