I'm doing some calculations about fuel production on the moon. To get a sense of order of magnitudes involved. I'd like to know how much fuel is required to get 1kg of mass to LEO, GEO, and L1 Earth-Moon.
I'm also interested in how much fuel is required to get to L1 Earth-Moon starting from the moon's surface.
Since this is to get order of magnitudes, I can assume some representative rocket technology.
This paper may help: but not sure how to dissect it: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0032063319301163
I think that roughly 2/3 or the propellant mass is oxidizer, is that right?