How do you convert grams to kilojoules?
the atwater conversion factors: 1 gram of fat = 37.7kj
1 gram of protein = 16.7kj
1 gram of carbohydrate = 16.7kj
1 gram of alcohol = 29.3kj
One Joule equals 0.101972 Kgf m, so one kiloJoule equals 101.972 Kgf m or 101972 gf m Answer: You're asking me to convert an energy value into a mass value? OK, then I will use E=MC^2. This hints on the fact that energy and mass and interchangeable. where E = energy in joules M = mass in kg C = light speed in m/s = 300000000m/s is a constant kilojoules into grams: rearrange above equation…
How much energy in kilojoules is required to convert 155 mL of water at its boiling point from liquid to vapor delta H vap H20 equals plus 40.7 kilojoules per mole?
The density of water @ 100oC (boiling point) is about 0.958 g/ml. First we need to convert the 155 ml to mass by multiply by the density. 155 ml * (0.958 g/ml) = 148.49 grams Next convert the grams to moles by dividing by the molecular weight of water, which is 18 g/mol: 148.49 grams /(18 g/mol) = 8.25 mol of H2O Finally multiply the moles of water by the heat of vaporization (Hvap) to…
well first of all who asks that question and second i dont think anyone but the smartes and nerdiest person in the world knows that questions LOL hahaha Find the grams of fat in the packet . Convert the fat grams to calories by multiplying times nine. How many calories does it take to raise temperature of water 1 degree C[ if you are studying kilijoules, you already know this formula ] , then convert…
To convert milligrams to grams: 1 gram = 1000 milligrams So take the number of milligrams and divide by 1000 to get the number of grams. To convert grams to milligrams: Take the number of grams and multiply by 1000 to get the number of milligrams. Examples: 500 milligrams = 0.5 grams 2 grams = 2000 milligrams