# Kilojoules to Joules conversion

Kilojoules to joules conversion is the process of converting energy values from kilojoules (kJ) to joules (J). To convert kilojoules to joules, you need to multiply the value in kilojoules by 1000.

## What is Kilojoules to Joules conversion

To convert kilojoules (kJ) to joules (J), you need to multiply the value in kilojoules by 1,000.

This is because there are 1,000 joules in a kilojoule.

For example, let's convert 5 kilojoules to joules:

J = 5 kJ * 1,000 J = 5,000 J

Therefore, 5 kilojoules is equal to 5,000 joules.

## How to convert kilojoules to joules

One kilojoules is equal to 1000 joules:

1kJ = 1000J

The energy *E*_{(J) } in joules (J) is equal to the energy *E*_{(kJ)}
in kilojoules times 1000:

*E*_{(J)} = *E*_{(kJ)} × 1000

### Example

Convert 3 kilojoules to joules.

The energy E in joules (J) is equal to 3 kilojoules times 1000:

*E*_{(J)} = 3kJ × 1000 = 3000J

## Kilojoules to joules conversion table

Energy (kJ) | Energy (J) |
---|---|

0.001 kJ | 1 J |

0.01 kJ | 10 J |

0.1 kJ | 100 J |

0.2 kJ | 200 J |

0.3 kJ | 300 J |

0.4 kJ | 400 J |

0.5 kJ | 500 J |

0.6 kJ | 600 J |

0.7 kJ | 700 J |

0.8 kJ | 800 J |

0.9 kJ | 900 J |

1 kJ | 1000 J |

2 kJ | 2000 J |

3 kJ | 3000 J |

4 kJ | 4000 J |

5 kJ | 5000 J |

6 kJ | 6000 J |

7 kJ | 7000 J |

8 kJ | 8000 J |

9 kJ | 9000 J |

10 kJ | 10000 J |

100 kJ | 100000 J |