kJ to kcal

The kilojoule is the SI unit of the energy which is equal to one thousand of the joules. The joule is the amount of the power which is transferred to the object when 1 Newton force is acting as an object in the direction movement from the distance of the 1 meter. The kilojoule is also like the other SI unit, here the prefix SI denotes multiple or the sub-multiple of the group. In kilojoule, the prefix kilo is used for express the multiple of one thousand.

kJ to kcal

The unit kilojoule is currently used in the countries that have adopted the SI, the kilojoule is used as a food energy unit, but in some cases, the kilojoule and the kilo-calorie both groups are displayed, such countries as the US. But the kilo-calories is used to show on the food labels. The unit kilojoule is used for scientific contexts all over the world.

 

The kilo-calorie is also the unit of the energy which is also based on the calorie and its value is equal to the 1000 calories or the 4.1868 kilojoules. The calorie is the amount of the power which is required to increase the temperature of the 1 gram of the water by degree Celsius. The unit kilo-calories is referred to as the massive calories unit or the food calorie unit, but sometimes it related to the calorie which can ambiguous and the mistaken from all the little calories.

Conversion

  • The value of the 0.01 kJ is equal to the 0.0023900574 kcal.
  • The value of the 0.1 kJ is equal to the 0.0239005736 kcal.
  • The value of the 1 kJ is equal to the 0.2390057361 kcal.
  • The value of the 3 kJ is equal to the 0.7170172084 kcal.
  • The value of the 5 kJ is equal to the 1.1950286807 kcal.
  • The value of the 10 kJ is equal to the 2.3900573614 kcal.