Calorie to Joule Conversion

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350 Calorie to Joule Conversion

Calorie to Joule - Energy - Conversion

You are currently converting Energy units from Calorie to Joule


350 Calorie (cal)
=
1465.38 Joule (J)

Calorie
The calorie is a pre-SI metric unit of energy. Its symbol is cal, and first defined as a unit of heat by Nicolas Clément in 1824. The calorie is commonly used in the field of chemistry, and in many countries it is commonly used as a unit of food energy. There are two defined for the calorie, gram calorie (approximately equals 4.2 joules) and kilogram calorie (approximately equals 4.2 kilojoules).

Joule
Joule is a derived unit of energy, work, or amount of heat in the international system of units. Its symbol is J. In the energy unit system, it is equal to the energy expended in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter. The unit name “joule” is in honor of the English physicist James Prescott Joule.

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Common units
BTU (international)BTU
Calorie (international)cal
Electron VoltEl V
Erg
Foot-Poundft∙lb
Horsepower-Hourhp∙h
Inch-Poundin∙lb
JouleJ
Kilocalorie (international)kcal
Kilowatt-HourkW∙h
MBTU
Newton-MeterN∙m
Thermthm
Other units
AttojouleaJ
BTU (thermochemical)BTU
Calorie (nutritional)cal
Calorie (thermochemical)cal
Dyne-Centimeterdyn∙cm
GigajouleGJ
GigatonGt
Gigawatt-HourGW∙h
Gram Force-Centimetergf∙cm
Gram Force-Metergf∙m
Inch-Ouncein∙oz
Kilocalorie (thermochemical)kcal
Kiloelectron Voltkel V
Kilogram Force-Centimeterkgf∙cm
Kilogram Force-Meterkgf∙m
KilojoulekJ
Kilotonkt
Kilowatt-SecondkW∙s
Megaelectron VoltMel V
MegajouleMJ
MegatonMt
Megawatt-HourMW∙h
Meter-Kilopondm∙kp
MicrojouleµJ
MillijoulemJ
NanojoulenJ
Ounce Force-Inchozf∙in
Pound Force-Footlbf∙ft
Pound Force-Inchlbf∙in
Poundal-Footpdl∙ft
Therm (EC)thm
Therm (US)thm
Ton (explosives)Ton
Ton-Hour (refrigeration)Ton∙h
Watt-HourW∙h
Watt-SecondW∙s
Common units
BTU (international)BTU
Calorie (international)cal
Electron VoltEl V
Erg
Foot-Poundft∙lb
Horsepower-Hourhp∙h
Inch-Poundin∙lb
JouleJ
Kilocalorie (international)kcal
Kilowatt-HourkW∙h
MBTU
Newton-MeterN∙m
Thermthm
Other units
AttojouleaJ
BTU (thermochemical)BTU
Calorie (nutritional)cal
Calorie (thermochemical)cal
Dyne-Centimeterdyn∙cm
GigajouleGJ
GigatonGt
Gigawatt-HourGW∙h
Gram Force-Centimetergf∙cm
Gram Force-Metergf∙m
Inch-Ouncein∙oz
Kilocalorie (thermochemical)kcal
Kiloelectron Voltkel V
Kilogram Force-Centimeterkgf∙cm
Kilogram Force-Meterkgf∙m
KilojoulekJ
Kilotonkt
Kilowatt-SecondkW∙s
Megaelectron VoltMel V
MegajouleMJ
MegatonMt
Megawatt-HourMW∙h
Meter-Kilopondm∙kp
MicrojouleµJ
MillijoulemJ
NanojoulenJ
Ounce Force-Inchozf∙in
Pound Force-Footlbf∙ft
Pound Force-Inchlbf∙in
Poundal-Footpdl∙ft
Therm (EC)thm
Therm (US)thm
Ton (explosives)Ton
Ton-Hour (refrigeration)Ton∙h
Watt-HourW∙h
Watt-SecondW∙s
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