Any heating element for a "electric range" requires way too much power for a few of those clip-on 9 V batteries to power. You don't have to look at volts or amps. Just look at the power required, and the total energy such a battery can deliver.
Getting even a small electric range heating element to meaningful cooking temperature takes 100s of watts. Realistic ones take kW.
There is a reason that a electric range is always a 240 V appliance, even here in the US where things are 120 V to the extent possible. The current required at 120 V would be so high, that it's better to go out of the way to use twice the voltage and therefore allow half the current.
Stop and actually think about it. If 120 VAC that can deliver 10 A without much trouble isn't good enough for a range, then how do you imagine a 9 V battery that can barely deliver 1 A for short amounts of time is going to work out?
Let's be really generous and say that you have such a tiny heating element that it only needs 100 W. Now compare that to the power a 9 V battery can put out. To get 100 W from 9 V would require (100 W)/(9 V) = 11 A. Not gonna happen. Not even close. And, 100 W is a joke for a range-top heating element.