# Kilojoules to Joules conversion

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J =
kJ

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0.0010000
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Kilojoules Joules
0kJ 0.00J
1kJ 1000.00J
2kJ 2000.00J
3kJ 3000.00J
4kJ 4000.00J
5kJ 5000.00J
6kJ 6000.00J
7kJ 7000.00J
8kJ 8000.00J
9kJ 9000.00J
10kJ 10000.00J
11kJ 11000.00J
12kJ 12000.00J
13kJ 13000.00J
14kJ 14000.00J
15kJ 15000.00J
16kJ 16000.00J
17kJ 17000.00J
18kJ 18000.00J
19kJ 19000.00J
Kilojoules Joules
20kJ 20000.00J
21kJ 21000.00J
22kJ 22000.00J
23kJ 23000.00J
24kJ 24000.00J
25kJ 25000.00J
26kJ 26000.00J
27kJ 27000.00J
28kJ 28000.00J
29kJ 29000.00J
30kJ 30000.00J
31kJ 31000.00J
32kJ 32000.00J
33kJ 33000.00J
34kJ 34000.00J
35kJ 35000.00J
36kJ 36000.00J
37kJ 37000.00J
38kJ 38000.00J
39kJ 39000.00J
Kilojoules Joules
40kJ 40000.00J
41kJ 41000.00J
42kJ 42000.00J
43kJ 43000.00J
44kJ 44000.00J
45kJ 45000.00J
46kJ 46000.00J
47kJ 47000.00J
48kJ 48000.00J
49kJ 49000.00J
50kJ 50000.00J
51kJ 51000.00J
52kJ 52000.00J
53kJ 53000.00J
54kJ 54000.00J
55kJ 55000.00J
56kJ 56000.00J
57kJ 57000.00J
58kJ 58000.00J
59kJ 59000.00J
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## Kilojoules

One Kilojoule is 1,000 Newton Metre, ie the work done or energy transfered to an object when a 1,000 Newton force acts on it over one metre. It can also be defined as the heat energy dissipated by a current of 1,000 amperes passing through a one Ohm resistor for one second

J =
kJ

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0.0010000

## 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