[ wˈɒt sˈɛkənd], [ wˈɒt sˈɛkənd], [ w_ˈɒ_t s_ˈɛ_k_ə_n_d]
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How to use "Watt second" in context?
Watt second is a unit of time that is equal to 1/ Joule second. It is named after James Watt who developed the first accurate chronometer in 1724. Watt second is often used in scientific and engineering contexts to measure small bursts of energy.
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