Enter the change in enthalpy (J), the molar mass (g/mol), and the number of moles into the calculator to determine the Specific Enthalpy.

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## Specific Enthalpy Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Specific Enthalpy.

Esp = dH / (mm*N)

- Where Esp is the Specific Enthalpy (J/g)
- dH is the change in enthalpy (J)
- mm is the molar mass (g/mol)
- N is the number of moles

To calculate the specific enthalpy, divide the change in enthalpy by the product of the molar mass and the number of moles.

## How to Calculate Specific Enthalpy?

The following example problems outline how to calculate the Specific Enthalpy.

**Example Problem #1**

- First, determine the change in enthalpy (J). In this example, the change in enthalpy (J) is given as 100 .
- Next, determine the molar mass (g/mol). For this problem, the molar mass (g/mol) is given as 5 .
- Next, determine the number of moles. In this case, the number of moles is found to be 3.
- Finally, calculate the Specific Enthalpy using the formula above:

Esp = dH / (mm*N)

Inserting the values from above yields:

Esp = 100 / (5*3) = 6.66 (J/g)

**Example Problem #2**

Using the same method as above, determine the variables required by the equation. For this example problem, these are as follows:

change in enthalpy (J) = 600

molar mass (g/mol) = 6

number of moles = 8

Entering these given values and solving gives:

Esp = 600 / (6*8) = 12.5** **(J/g)