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How many grams of oxygen can be produced from the decomposition of 100g of KClO3?

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    and can you please explain the process resulting with the answer (ie. formulas ect.) thank you.

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    how many moles of KClO3 do you have in 100 g.

    2) balance the equation:

    2KClO3>>2K + Cl2 + 3O2
    so for every two moles of potassium chlorate, you get three moles of O2

    3) take the moles of KClO3, multiply it by 3/2. That is the moles of KClO3. Convert it to grams.

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