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## How much energy is in 1kg of coal?

1kg of coal will create **8 kWh** of power. 1 kg of uranium will create 24,000,000 kWh of power!

## How many joules is 2 kg?

Kilogram/joule to Joule/kilogram Conversion Table

Kilogram/joule [kg/J] | Joule/kilogram [J/kg] |
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0.1 kg/J | 10 J/kg |

1 kg/J | 1 J/kg |

2 kg/J | 0.5 J/kg |

3 kg/J | 0.3333333333 J/kg |

## What is the cost of 1 kg of uranium?

**US $130/kg** U category, and there are others that because of great depth, or remote location, might also cost over US $130/kg. Also, very large amounts of uranium are known to be distributed at very low grade in several areas.

## How many kg is 200 joules?

Every 1 Joule = 10.19716213 Kilogram-force centimeter and so, 200 Joule = 200 multiplied by 10.19716213 = **2039.432426 Kilogram-force centimeter**.

## How much energy is 1kg of matter?

This implies, for instance, that 1 kilogram of matter is equivalent to an energy E = (1 kg)×(3×108 m/sec)2 = **9×1016 kg m2/sec2**. An energy of 1 kg m2/sec2 is known as 1 joule, for short.

## How many joules are in a coal?

One kilogram of coal contains **29,307,600 joules** of energy.

## How much heat is in a ton of coal?

In 2019, the annual average heat content of coal produced in the United States was about **20.09 million British thermal units (Btu)** per short ton (2,000 pounds), and the annual average heat content of coal consumed was about 19.26 million Btu per short ton.

## How much energy is in a lump of coal?

There is **2,460 kWh of electricity generated per ton of coal**. A standard 500 megawatt coal power plant produces 3.5 billion kWh per year, which is enough energy to power 4 million light bulbs all year. To power most of a household’s electrical appliances for a year it would take around 4,750 pounds of coal.

## How do I convert kg to joules?

The formula to convert kg to J is **1 Kilogram = 8.98755178780936E+16 Joule**. kg is 8.9876E+16 times Bigger than J. Enter the value of kg and hit Convert to get value in J.

## What is 50j in KG?

Joule to Kilogram-force Meter Conversion Table

Joule [J] | Kilogram-force Meter |
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1 J | 0.1019716213 kilogram-force meter |

2 J | 0.2039432426 kilogram-force meter |

3 J | 0.3059148639 kilogram-force meter |

5 J | 0.5098581065 kilogram-force meter |

## Can you convert joules to Mass?

Albert Einstein proposed that mass and energy are related by the equation “**E = m_c^2**,” where “E” is the object’s energy in joules, “m” is the object’s mass and “c” is the speed of light. This equation, called the mass-energy equivalence formula, is used to convert between energy and mass.