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# Place the odd unit out.

joule second

##### SOLUTION
$\left[ kilowatt \ hour \right] =\left[ watt \ second \right] =\left[ electron \ volt \right] =\left[ { M }^{ 1 }{ L }^{ 2 }{ T }^{ -2 } \right]$
And they have the unit of energy while joule second is the odd one.

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