** Joules to Volts calculator
**

Ø **Joule**

Joule is a quantity of electrical energy proportional to
the work accomplished by a force of one newton working between a distance of
one meter. Make use of the **Joules to Volts calculator** to convert joule
into Volts

Ø **Volts**

A volt is
interpreted as the distinction in electric potential in the middle of two of a
conducting cord at the time when a current of one ampere flows one watt of
power connecting the two ends.

Ø **What is Joules to Volts calculator?**

**Joules to
Volts calculator** transforms
the energy in joules to volts. Joules and watts are distinct and so it can't be
converted directly. It implies that to find out the volts the only possible way
is to specify it from coulombs and joules.

This
calculator has been created with understandable characteristics however it
accomplishes effectively in executing the changes. Make sure that you enter
every field fully, as the output relies on the units you fill in all the
fields.

Ø **How does Joules to Volts calculator
work?**

**Joules to
Volts calculator **works
very handily, you can get your output instantly after entering the data. There are
two text boxes, the initial one implies
the energy in joules (J, and in the second, type the charge in coulombs. After
filling the data's click on the **Calculate** button; as soon as you click on
the calculate button, the lowermost portion of the joules to volts calculator
demonstrates the voltage output in volts(V) as per the units filled in the
respective text areas. This calculator gives valid output in time and works
expertly in transforming joules to watts. Also, there is a **reset** button that
is beneficial at the time you keep different units also that you would like to
convert.

For
instance, when you fill the energy in joules like 40(J) and the charge in
coulombs like 22 (C) accordingly the voltage output in volts will be 1.81 V. To
perform another calculation, make use of the Reset button to erase the last
data.

Make sure that
every text area is entered entirely and accurately to receive the exact output.
If you enter the energy in joules and forget to enter charge in coulombs, then this
calculator will not give the common output as it cannot be transformed
directly.

The formula used
by **Joules to volts calculator** in performing the calculation:

V (V)=E (J) / Q(C) .