How can you find the calorific value of a reaction in terms of kcal\mole?

Asked by aadya.reshmy | 28th Oct, 2018, 07:45: PM

Expert Answer:

Calorific value:
The amount of heat produced by the complete combustion of 1 kg of a fuel is called its calorific value.
The calorific value of the fuel is expressed in kilojoules per kilogram.
For example:
when 1 kg of kerosene is burned completely, then 45000 kilojoules of heat energy is produced.
So calorific value of kerosene is 45000 kJ/kg.

Answered by Varsha | 29th Oct, 2018, 02:44: PM