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1 mole is how many joules?

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2010-08-28 00:46:19

The mole is a unit of quantity of matter, whereas the Joule is a

unit of energy.

The relation depends on the substance, and what you wish to do

with it. If you had a single mole of one substance and a mole of

another and they were stoichiometrically combined, then the energy

from the reaction could be calculated, and that could be expressed

in Joules.

On the other hand, you could also use the equation E=mc2 to

derive the annihilation energy of one mole of a given

substance.

It can be stated, therefore, that there is no trivial

conversion.


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