Joule to Voltios – Calculator, conversion, formula and table

Calculator to convert from Joule to Volts in a practical, automatic and easy way.

We show the formula Joules to Volts used in the calculation, also how to go from Joule to Volts in 1 single step , several examples of Joules to Volts and a Joule to Volts table with the main conversions.

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Formula to convert from Joules to Volts:joules to volts

  • Volts: The volt is the unit derived from the electric potential, the electric potential difference.
  • Joule: It is a unit of energy and its symbol is J.
  • The coulomb: It is the unit of electric charge of the International System of Units (SI).

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How to convert from Joules to Volts in 1 single step:

how to convert Joule to Volts in one step

Step 1:

To convert from Joule to Volts you must divide the Joules between the Coulombs which will result in volts.

Example : You have an energy of 58 Joule and 33 Coulombs, to how many volts they are equivalent. To know the answer, you must divide 58/33, which will result in: 1.75 Volts.

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Examples of joule to volt conversions:

Example 1:

It has 6400 Joule with 120 Coulombs, how many Volts equals?

Answer:// To know the answer, the formula should be used, which indicates the following: Volts = Joule / Coulomb, replacing the variables would be: Volts = 6400/120 = 53Volts.

Example 2:

The energy is 21000Joules and the Coulomb is 800, what will the voltage be ?.

Answer:// With the conversion formula we can replace the variables (Joule: 21000, Coulomb: 800), leaving as follows 21000/800, the answer would then be: 26.2Voltios.

Example 3:

We have an energy of 456,000 joules and a Coulombs of 23,000, how much will the voltage be ?.

Answer: // To get the answer you must divide the Joules among the Coulombs, therefore using the online calculator, we can obtain a response of 19.8 volts.

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Table of Joules to Volts for conversion, equivalence, transformation (Coulomb: 10):

How many Joules are:Equivalence in Volts:
1 JouleEquivalent to 0.1 Volts
2 Joule0.2 Volts
3 Joule0.3 Volts
4 Joule0.4 Volts
5 Joule0.5 Volts
6 Joule0.6 Volts
7 Joule0.7 Volts
8 Joule0.8 Volts
9 Joule0.9 Volts
10 Joule1 Volt
20 Joule2 Volts
30 Joule3 Volts
40 Joule4 Volts
50 Joule5 Volts
60 Joule6 Volts
70 Joule7 Volts
80 Joule8 Volts
90 Joule9 Volts
100 Joule10 Volts
200 Joule20 Volts
300 Joule30 Volts
400 Joule40 Volts
500 Joule50 Volts
600 Joule60 Volts
700 Joule70 Volts
800 Joule80 Volts
900 Joule90 Volts
1000 Joule100 Volts

Note : In the previous conversions, a Coulombs of 10 is taken into account. For different variables, the calculator that appears at the beginning must be used.