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Hey, I missed a couple lectures for my chemistry course and my lecturer has decided not to put solution sup to his examples so I'm really lost, any help would be great!

If glucose is being fully oxidised in solution at a rate of 1.3 x 10-6 M s-1 what is the rate of heat production? (Assume the complete oxidation of glucose releases 2800 kJ mol-1.)A.0.0041 J L-1 s-1B.4.2 J L-1 s-1C.3.6 J L-1 s-1D.2.2 kJ L-1 s-1
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It's quite similar to the one solved here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMm-v23feB8 (skip first minute tho). It is from edexcel igcse chemistry past papers 2015 june exam or something.
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