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To convert volts to joules, you can use the following formula:

joules = volts * coulombs

where volts is the voltage and coulombs is the charge.

For example, if you have a voltage of 10 volts and a charge of 1 coulomb, the energy in joules would be:

joules = 10 volts * 1 coulomb = 10 joules

Keep in mind that this calculation assumes a constant voltage and charge. If the voltage or charge changes over time, the energy will also change. You can also use an online calculator or a calculator app to perform this conversion. Simply enter the voltage and charge values and the calculator will give you the result in joules.