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What is the formula for calcium oxalate dihydrate when 100 degree Celsius heat is added?

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  1. Probably it is the following:
    CaC2O4.2H2O ==> CaC2O4 + 2H2O

    However, it is possible that it would lose just one H2O at 100 C. I could not find verification on the web.

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