Calorie to Newton-Meter Conversion

Calorie to Newton-Meter Conversion - Convert Calorie to Newton-Meter (cal to N∙m)

Calorie to Newton-Meter Conversion

Calorie to Newton-Meter - Energy - Conversion
You are currently converting Energy units from Calorie to Newton-Meter

1 Calorie (cal)

=

4.1868 Newton-Meter (N∙m)

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).

Newton-Meter : A newton metre, or newton-metre (also called "moment") is a unit of torque in the SI system. It is equal to the torque resulting from a force of one newton applied perpendicularly to a moment arm which is one metre long. The symbol of newton-metre is N m or N•m. It is also a less commonly used unit of energy, or work, is equal to one joule.

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