How many pounds of steam can you get from 1 pound of water?
Assuming the law of conservation of mass holds true, you could get 1 pound of steam from 1 pound of water. ...
Asked in Units of Measure, Physics, Energy
How much energy in Joules does 1 pound of TNT release?
4,184,000,000 J is the energy release of one metric ton (1000 kg) of TNT. 1 kg of TNT would release 1/1000 of that or 4,184,000 J. Since 1 pound is 0.45359237 (exactly) of a kilogram, the correct value for the energy released by 1 pound of TNT is (4.184 *10^6* 0.45359237), which is 1,897,830.47608 J (exactly). ...
Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
How much does 1 pound of hydrogen cost?
When hydrogen is sold on the market, the cost of liquefying and transporting it to the user increases the price to $1-1.40 a pound. A pound of hydrogen has a bit less energy than a half gallon of gasoline. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How much energy is required to make 1 kg of steam from 1 ltr of water?
The answer will depend on the starting temperature of the water. It will also depend on the pressure. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Bonding
Why more serious burns are caused by steam than water at same temperature?
The heat content of 1 gram of steam of 100oC is much higher than that of 1 gram of 100oC, the extra comes from condensation heat (energy). ...