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  • abbreviation kilojoule

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  • noun metrology Symbol for the kilojoule, an SI unit of work or energy equal to 103 joules.

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  • Calculate the heat given off by the burning Mg, in kJ/g and in kJ/mol.

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  • This compares with 3702 BTU/passenger mile (2427 kJ/passenger km) for automobile travel However, the figure for automobiles is averaged over the entire United States.

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  • For every gram of Mg: 3.405 kJ/0. 1375g = 24.76 kJ/g

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  • Never mind. bb they may save in transportation costs, but I would wager that is far lost to the excess housing costs. from wiki: According to the United States Department of Energy, energy expenditure on the New York City Subway rail service was 3492 BTU/passenger mile (2289 kJ/passenger km) in 1995.

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  • Google calculated that it uses about 1 kJ (0.0003 kWh) of energy to answer the average search query.

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  • According to the United States Department of Energy, energy expenditure on the New York City Subway rail service was 3492 BTU/passenger mile (2289 kJ/passenger km) in 1995.

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  • What the news report fails to mention is how much actual movement these 13-15 yr olds made to burn only 60kcal (250 kJ) per hour.

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  • The study, reported in the British Medical Journal, found that Wii Sports players used just 2% more energy than players of other video games – burning an extra 250 kJ per hour.

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  • The study, reported in the British Medical Journal, found that Wii Sports players used just 2% more energy than players of other video games – burning an extra 250 kJ per hour.

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  • J decajoule daJ decijoule dJ hectojoule hJ centijoule cJ kilojoule kJ millijoule mJ megajoule

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