Joules to Calories (15 °C, CIPM, 1950) conversion

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cal15 =
J * 0.23892
 
 
 
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Joules Calories (15 °C, CIPM, 1950)
0J 0.00cal15
1J 0.24cal15
2J 0.48cal15
3J 0.72cal15
4J 0.96cal15
5J 1.19cal15
6J 1.43cal15
7J 1.67cal15
8J 1.91cal15
9J 2.15cal15
10J 2.39cal15
11J 2.63cal15
12J 2.87cal15
13J 3.11cal15
14J 3.34cal15
15J 3.58cal15
16J 3.82cal15
17J 4.06cal15
18J 4.30cal15
19J 4.54cal15
Joules Calories (15 °C, CIPM, 1950)
20J 4.78cal15
21J 5.02cal15
22J 5.26cal15
23J 5.50cal15
24J 5.73cal15
25J 5.97cal15
26J 6.21cal15
27J 6.45cal15
28J 6.69cal15
29J 6.93cal15
30J 7.17cal15
31J 7.41cal15
32J 7.65cal15
33J 7.88cal15
34J 8.12cal15
35J 8.36cal15
36J 8.60cal15
37J 8.84cal15
38J 9.08cal15
39J 9.32cal15
Joules Calories (15 °C, CIPM, 1950)
40J 9.56cal15
41J 9.80cal15
42J 10.03cal15
43J 10.27cal15
44J 10.51cal15
45J 10.75cal15
46J 10.99cal15
47J 11.23cal15
48J 11.47cal15
49J 11.71cal15
50J 11.95cal15
51J 12.18cal15
52J 12.42cal15
53J 12.66cal15
54J 12.90cal15
55J 13.14cal15
56J 13.38cal15
57J 13.62cal15
58J 13.86cal15
59J 14.10cal15
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Joules

One Joule is 1 Newton Metre, ie the work done or energy transfered to an object when a one Newton force acts on it over one metre. It can also be defined as the heat energy dissipated by a current of one ampere passing through a one Ohm resistor for one second

cal15 =
J * 0.23892
 
 
 

Calories (15 °C, CIPM, 1950)

The International Committee for Weights and Measures have defined one cal15 is the ammount of heat energy needed to raise the temperature of 1g of water from 14.5°C to 15.5°C

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