What Is 1 Joule Equal to?

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The joule is equal to the work done in using a force of one Newton through a distance of one metre, or in transmitting an electric current of one ampere through an opposition of one ohm in a period of one second.
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1 Joule = 1 Newton*meter = 1 kilogram meter. 2. /second. 2. Also . the amount of energy moved when it flows at the rate of 1 watt for 1 second. Also . the amount of energy dissipated
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One joule equals (1) 1 watt-second; (2) 107 ergs; (3) 107 dyne. centimeters.) Have a ChaCha Day!
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Assuming you capitalized Calorie on purpose, this refers to a kilocalorie, so ~ 4180 J, depending on exactly which calorie you're measuring. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php
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Our bodies require a certain amount of calories based on our activity level, age and weight. For example, a 30-year-old, 150-pound woman will burn about 2,080 calories per day just
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1 joule is equal to 1 watt-second, and it is also equal to 0.2390 calories. A joule is a derived SI unit of work or energy. It describes energy that is used in applying a force of one Newton through a distance of one metre.
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