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.

**More information about how to convert Joules to Volts:**

- Formula Joules to Voltios
- How to convert from Joules to Volts in just 1 step
- Examples of conversion of Joules to Volts.
- Table Joules to Volts.

**Formula to convert from 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:**

**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 Joule | Equivalent to 0.1 Volts |

2 Joule | 0.2 Volts |

3 Joule | 0.3 Volts |

4 Joule | 0.4 Volts |

5 Joule | 0.5 Volts |

6 Joule | 0.6 Volts |

7 Joule | 0.7 Volts |

8 Joule | 0.8 Volts |

9 Joule | 0.9 Volts |

10 Joule | 1 Volt |

20 Joule | 2 Volts |

30 Joule | 3 Volts |

40 Joule | 4 Volts |

50 Joule | 5 Volts |

60 Joule | 6 Volts |

70 Joule | 7 Volts |

80 Joule | 8 Volts |

90 Joule | 9 Volts |

100 Joule | 10 Volts |

200 Joule | 20 Volts |

300 Joule | 30 Volts |

400 Joule | 40 Volts |

500 Joule | 50 Volts |

600 Joule | 60 Volts |

700 Joule | 70 Volts |

800 Joule | 80 Volts |

900 Joule | 90 Volts |

1000 Joule | 100 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.