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Dec 1, 2021

[Answer] 2. In physics, what is energy measured in?

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...1. Coulombs 2. Candelas 3. Joules 4. Kelvin The joule is a derived SI unit, with one joule equal to one kilogram-metre-squared-per-second-squared, or kg⋅m2/s2, in SI units. If a force is applied through a distance, the resultant energy used, or work done, is expressed in joules. Similarly, a one ampere current passing through a one ohm resistor for one second will produce one watt-second, or one joule. The unit is named after James Prescott Joule, who, among other things, created the first law of thermodynamics.




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Joules:


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