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how many molecules of oxygen are produced from the balanced equation 2kclo3=2kcl+3o2

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    3 moles of O2 is produced. use avogadros number 6.02e23 molecules in 1 mole.

    1mole = 6.02e23 molecules of O2.

    how many molecules are present in 3 moles of O2??

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