kilojoule


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kil·o·joule

(kil'ō-jūl),
A unit of energy, work, or quantity of heat equal to 103 joules.
[kilo + joule]
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kil·o·joule

(kil'ŏ-jūl)
1000 joules.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

kilojoule

(kil′ŏ-jool″) [ kilo- + joule],

kJ

One thousand joules. Nutritionally, one kilojoule is equal to one calorie.
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