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Calculate the mass of oxygen which will be evolved on heating 5g of potassium Trioxochlorate (v)

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  1. KClO3

    so for each mole of KClO3, you get 1.5 moles of O2

    moles KClO3=5/123

    moles O2= 1.5 times that

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