# energy units conversion

**Amount:** 1 watt second (W·sec) of energy

**Equals:** 0.0000010 megajoules (MJ) in energy

Converting **watt second** to **megajoules** value in the energy units scale.

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How many megajoules are in 1 watt second? The answer is: 1 W·sec equals 0.0000010 MJ

## 0.0000010 MJ is converted to 1 of what?

The megajoules unit number 0.0000010 MJ converts to 1 W·sec, one watt second. **It is the EQUAL energy value of 1 watt second but in the megajoules energy unit alternative.**

W·sec/MJ energy conversion result | ||||

From | Symbol | Equals | Result | Symbol |

1 | W·sec | = | 0.0000010 | MJ |

## Conversion chart - *watt seconds* to *megajoules*

1 watt second to megajoules = 0.0000010 MJ

2 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000020 MJ

3 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000030 MJ

4 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000040 MJ

5 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000050 MJ

6 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000060 MJ

7 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000070 MJ

8 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000080 MJ

9 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.0000090 MJ

10 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.000010 MJ

11 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.000011 MJ

12 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.000012 MJ

13 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.000013 MJ

14 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.000014 MJ

15 watt seconds to megajoules = 0.000015 MJ

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Convert energy of ** watt second (W·sec)** and

**units in reverse from megajoules into watt seconds.**

*megajoules (MJ)*## Energy units equivalents

With this **energy units pair converter**, a difference between two *energy units are calculated* to work out their corresponding equivalent values.

# Converter type: energy units

First unit: watt second (W·sec) is used for measuring energy.

Second: megajoule (MJ) is unit of energy.

**QUESTION**:

15 W·sec = ? MJ

**ANSWER**:

15 W·sec = 0.000015 MJ

Abbreviation, or prefix, for watt second is:

**W·sec**

Abbreviation for megajoule is:

**MJ**

## Other applications for this energy calculator ...

With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this energy converter proved to be useful also as a teaching tool:

1. in practicing watt seconds and megajoules ( W·sec vs. MJ ) measures exchange.

2. for conversion factors between unit pairs.

3. work with energy's values and properties.