1 mol of CH4 gives me -802.5 Kj/mol so how do I convert that to Kj/g

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How do I convert from KJmol to KJg

To convert from kilojoules per mole (kJ/mol) to kilojoules per gram (kJ/g), you need the molar mass of the substance in question. The molar mass, usually expressed in grams per mole (g/mol), is the mass of one mole of a substance.

  1. Identify the substance you’re working with, as you’ll need to know its molar mass.
  2. Find the molar mass of the substance. This information can be found on the periodic table for elements or calculated for compounds by summing the molar masses of the individual elements in the compound.
  3. Use the formula above with the kJ/mol value you have and the molar mass you found to calculate the kJ/g value.

Would you like to perform such a conversion for a specific substance? If so, please provide the substance’s name or its chemical formula, along with its energy in kJ/mol.

Example: 1 mol of CH4 gives me -802.5 Kj/mol so how do I convert that to Kj/g

1 mol of CH4 gives me -802.5 Kj/mol so how do I convert that to Kj/g

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