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Posted by mary on Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 12:49pm.

A 0.8378 g sample of calcium oxalate is heated to 1000oC,
CaC2O4 = CaO + CO + CO2
Calculate
(a) the moles of CaO remaining after ignition
(b) the mmoles of CO evolved
(c) the weight of CO2 produced.

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