Joules to Calories (Thermochemical) calculator

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Joules to Calories (Thermochemical) formula

Calories (Thermochemical) to Joules formula

Joules to Calories (Thermochemical) Conversion Table

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J calth J calth J calth J calth
1 0.23900573613767 26 6.2141491395793 51 12.189292543021 76 18.164435946463
2 0.47801147227533 27 6.453154875717 52 12.428298279159 77 18.4034416826
3 0.717017208413 28 6.6921606118547 53 12.667304015296 78 18.642447418738
4 0.95602294455067 29 6.9311663479924 54 12.906309751434 79 18.881453154876
5 1.1950286806883 30 7.17017208413 55 13.145315487572 80 19.120458891013
6 1.434034416826 31 7.4091778202677 56 13.384321223709 81 19.359464627151
7 1.6730401529637 32 7.6481835564054 57 13.623326959847 82 19.598470363289
8 1.9120458891013 33 7.887189292543 58 13.862332695985 83 19.837476099426
9 2.151051625239 34 8.1261950286807 59 14.101338432122 84 20.076481835564
10 2.3900573613767 35 8.3652007648184 60 14.34034416826 85 20.315487571702
11 2.6290630975143 36 8.604206500956 61 14.579349904398 86 20.554493307839
12 2.868068833652 37 8.8432122370937 62 14.818355640535 87 20.793499043977
13 3.1070745697897 38 9.0822179732314 63 15.057361376673 88 21.032504780115
14 3.3460803059273 39 9.321223709369 64 15.296367112811 89 21.271510516252
15 3.585086042065 40 9.5602294455067 65 15.535372848948 90 21.51051625239
16 3.8240917782027 41 9.7992351816444 66 15.774378585086 91 21.749521988528
17 4.0630975143403 42 10.038240917782 67 16.013384321224 92 21.988527724665
18 4.302103250478 43 10.27724665392 68 16.252390057361 93 22.227533460803
19 4.5411089866157 44 10.516252390057 69 16.491395793499 94 22.466539196941
20 4.7801147227533 45 10.755258126195 70 16.730401529637 95 22.705544933078
21 5.019120458891 46 10.994263862333 71 16.969407265774 96 22.944550669216
22 5.2581261950287 47 11.23326959847 72 17.208413001912 97 23.183556405354
23 5.4971319311663 48 11.472275334608 73 17.44741873805 98 23.422562141491
24 5.736137667304 49 11.711281070746 74 17.686424474187 99 23.661567877629
25 5.9751434034417 50 11.950286806883 75 17.925430210325 100 23.900573613767

  • Calorie (Thermochemical) (4.19 J)
    A calorie is a unit of energy. Various definitions exist but fall into two broad categories. The first, the small calorie, or gram calorie (symbol: cal), is defined as the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of water by one degree Celsius at a pressure of one atmosphere. The second, the large calorie or kilogram calorie (symbols: Cal, kcal), also known as the food calorie and similar names, is defined in terms of the kilogram rather than the gram. It is equal to 1000 small calories or 1 kilocalorie (symbol: kcal). In other scientific contexts, the term calorie almost always refers to the small calorie. Even though it is not an SI unit, it is still used in chemistry. For example, the energy released in a chemical reaction per mole of reagent is occasionally expressed in kilocalories per mole. Typically, this use was largely due to the ease with which it could be calculated in laboratory reactions, especially in aqueous solution: a volume of reagent dissolved in water forming a solution, with concentration expressed in moles per liter (1 liter weighing 1 kg), will induce a temperature change in degrees Celsius in the total volume of water solvent, and these quantities (volume, molar concentration and temperature change) can then be used to calculate energy per mole. It is also occasionally used to specify energy quantities that relate to reaction energy, such as enthalpy of formation and the size of activation barriers. However, its use is being superseded by the SI unit, the joule, and multiples thereof such as the kilojoule.
  • Joule (1 J)
    The joule (/dʒuːl/; symbol: J) is a derived unit of energy in the International System of Units. It is equal to the energy transferred to (or work done on) an object when a force of one newton acts on that object in the direction of its motion through a distance of one metre (1 newton metre or N⋅m). It is also the energy dissipated as heat when an electric current of one ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one second. It is named after the English physicist James Prescott Joule (1818–1889).
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