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Across the full cycle, the yarn could generate more than 40 joules of energy, although it was distributed unevenly, as the stretching and relaxation created a sine wave of alternating current.
The billion billionth time that Twitter is refreshed, the bird will return to her original form and ascend to the sky, borne aloft by a billion billion joules of subtweets.
Yes, the years, the joules, every galvanizing essence, is ultimately limited.
Baseball-sized hail could have an impact energy of over 100 Joules.
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Origin and Etymology of joule
First Known Use: 1882See Words from the same year
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physics : a unit of work or energy
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