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How do I calculate the amount of heat will be required to make 100.0kg of a compound, the molar enthalpy is -63kj/mol for the same compound

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  1. You need the molar mass of the compound if that is the molar enthalpy of formation of the compound.
    100,000 g/molar mass = ? mols compound.
    What reaction is that -63 kJ/mol for?

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