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###### Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Kinematics

### What is energy mass?

Energy has an equivalent mass; you can divide energy (in Joule)
by the square of the speed of light (the square of 300,000,000
m/sec). The result is in kilograms.
Energy has an equivalent mass; you can divide energy (in Joule) by
the square of the speed of light (the square of 300,000,000 m/sec).
The result is in kilograms.
Energy has an equivalent mass; you can divide energy (in Joule) by
the square of the speed of light (the square of 300,000,000 m/sec).
The result is in kilograms.
Energy has an equivalent mass; you can divide energy (in Joule) by
the square of the speed of light (the square of 300,000,000 m/sec).
The result is in kilograms.

###### Asked in Science

### How hot is joule?

Like Angelina Joule? [Joke] It doesn't work that way; a joule
isn't equivalent to a temperature reading. Joules and calories
measure energy, but you wouldn't ask how hot is a calorie since I
expect you're more familiar with this unit.
How much will one joule raise the temperature of one gram of
water is a better question. But you didn't ask that.