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how many molecules of calcium are needed to produce 90.87 moles of carbon dioxide? please explain.

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  1. You have me stumped. I don't know how you will obtain CO2 from Ca unless it's through an indirect procedure. If you will show the reaction, I'm sure someone can help you.

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