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A direct conversion does not exist, as nanometers and Joules are not units of the same type. Nanometers are a unit of distance, and Joules are a unit of energy.There is a relationship between them though:1J = 1NÃ—m1 nm = 1Ã—10âˆ’9 mâˆ´ 1J = 1NÃ—109 nmOr the inverse:âˆ´ 109 nm = 1J/1Nâˆ´ 1nm = 1J/109N
Joule and 1J = 1Nm
The answer is 0.001 kilojoules in a joule 1J = 0.001kJ
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in 1kj there are 1000 joules.(1 kj is 1000 joules.)