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joule
Symbol:  J 
Category:  Energy 
SI Equivalent:  1 J
Dimension ML2T-2 
System:  SI 
 
Notes
Named after the English physicist James Prescott Joule (1818-1889), the joule is the basic unit of work or energy in the SI system. It is equal to the work done by a force of 1 newton with the point of application displaced by 1 meter in the direction of the force.
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Energy
  Symbol Unit Name
1.87908×10-8  bboe  barrel oil equivalent 
0.108999  Btu (IT)  British thermal unit (IT) 
0.108915  Btu (mean)  British thermal unit (mean) 
0.109072  Btu (therm.)  British thermal unit (thermochemical) 
2.7512×10-2  Cal, kcal  Calorie (diet kilocalorie) 
27.4462  calmean  calorie (mean) 
27.4857  cal (therm.)  calorie (thermochemical) 
7.17773×1020  eV  electronvolt 
1.15×109  erg  erg 
84.8196  ft-lbf  foot-pound force 
2728.99  ft-pdl  foot-poundal 
4.28382×10-5  Hp-h  horsepower (550ft-lbf/s)-hour 
2.74758×10-2  kcal15  kilocalorie (15°C) 
2.73516×10-2  kcal4  kilocalorie (4°C) 
0.115  kJ  kilojoule 
2.7512×10-11  kt (TNT)  kiloton TNT equivalent 
3.19444×10-5  kWh  kilowatt-hour 
7.17773×1014  MeV  megaelectronvolt 
1.15×10-4  MJ  megajoule 
2.7512×10-14  Mt (TNT)  megaton TNT equivalent 
3.92625×10-9  tce  tce (tonne coal equivalent) 
1.09025×10-6    therm (US) 
2.7512×10-8  ton (TNT)  ton TNT equivalent 
3.19444×10-2  Wh  watt hour 
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