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The base unit for energy is joules (Non-SI/Derived Unit)

[Decajoules] symbol/abbrevation: (daJ)

[Atomic Bomb [nuclear Weapon]] symbol/abbrevation: (at bomb)

1 daJ = 1.25E-13 at bomb.

1 x 1.25E-13 at bomb =

Always check the results; rounding errors may occur.

Atomic Bombs or Nuclear weapons have a large variety of energy yields. The first detonated on July 16, 1945 near Alamogordo, New Mexico, had a yield of a *..more definition+*

1 Decajoules | to common energy units |
---|---|

1 daJ | = 10 joules (J) |

1 daJ | = 0.01 kilojoules (kJ) |

1 daJ | = 2.3900573613767 calories (cal) |

1 daJ | = 0.0023900573613767 kilocalories (kcal) |

1 daJ | = 6.2414959617521E+19 electron volt (eV) |

1 daJ | = 0.0027777777777778 watt hour (Wh) |

1 daJ | = 2.2937126583579E+18 atomic unit of energy (au) |

1 daJ | = 2.3900573613767E-9 tons of TNT (tTNT) |

1 daJ | = 7.3756214927727 foot pound force (ft lbf) |

1 daJ | = 100000000 ergs (ergs) |

Decajoules | to Atomic Bomb [nuclear Weapon] (table conversion) |
---|---|

1 daJ | = 1.25E-13 at bomb |

2 daJ | = 2.5E-13 at bomb |

3 daJ | = 3.75E-13 at bomb |

4 daJ | = 5.0E-13 at bomb |

5 daJ | = 6.25E-13 at bomb |

6 daJ | = 7.5E-13 at bomb |

7 daJ | = 8.75E-13 at bomb |

8 daJ | = 1.0E-12 at bomb |

9 daJ | = 1.125E-12 at bomb |

10 daJ | = 1.25E-12 at bomb |

20 daJ | = 2.5E-12 at bomb |

30 daJ | = 3.75E-12 at bomb |

40 daJ | = 5.0E-12 at bomb |

50 daJ | = 6.25E-12 at bomb |

60 daJ | = 7.5E-12 at bomb |

70 daJ | = 8.75E-12 at bomb |

80 daJ | = 1.0E-11 at bomb |

90 daJ | = 1.125E-11 at bomb |

100 daJ | = 1.25E-11 at bomb |

200 daJ | = 2.5E-11 at bomb |

300 daJ | = 3.75E-11 at bomb |

400 daJ | = 5.0E-11 at bomb |

500 daJ | = 6.25E-11 at bomb |

600 daJ | = 7.5E-11 at bomb |

700 daJ | = 8.75E-11 at bomb |

800 daJ | = 1.0E-10 at bomb |

900 daJ | = 1.125E-10 at bomb |

1000 daJ | = 1.25E-10 at bomb |

2000 daJ | = 2.5E-10 at bomb |

4000 daJ | = 5.0E-10 at bomb |

5000 daJ | = 6.25E-10 at bomb |

7500 daJ | = 9.375E-10 at bomb |

10000 daJ | = 1.25E-9 at bomb |

25000 daJ | = 3.125E-9 at bomb |

50000 daJ | = 6.25E-9 at bomb |

100000 daJ | = 1.25E-8 at bomb |

1000000 daJ | = 1.25E-7 at bomb |

1000000000 daJ | = 0.000125 at bomb |