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Jan8-13, 09:40 AM
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In my textbook, under the subtopic 1st law of of Thermodynamics, an equation is given as foll :
W=JQ
where W=work done ;Q=heat supplied
but they have not mentioned what is J.

plz could someone tell me what exactly 'J' stands for in this equation
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