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Q: How many joules are there in 1j?

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Kwatt is KiloWatt. A watt is the amount of energy (Joules) in a given time (seconds). 1kW = 1J/s.

0000.44554 joules

100 BTU = ~105,505.59 joules

55.2 calories = 230.96 joules

1 litre diesel in joules

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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

Kwatt is KiloWatt. A watt is the amount of energy (Joules) in a given time (seconds). 1kW = 1J/s.

Energy. Work done is measured in Watts, 1W = 1J/s.

56 kilo joules = 56,000 joules

A petajoule is 1015 joules (Quadrillion joules)

36.72 joules.

82.9 joules.

31.22 joules.

There are 704 calories in 704 calories. If you intended to ask about joules, then 704 calories is about 2,947.51 joules.

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