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anonymous
 one year ago
CaCO3> CaO+CO2
How many moles of CaO form when 98.60g CaCO3 decompose?
98.60g CaCO3= ______ mol CaO
anonymous
 one year ago
CaCO3> CaO+CO2 How many moles of CaO form when 98.60g CaCO3 decompose? 98.60g CaCO3= ______ mol CaO

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Rushwr
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Hey I think it is going to be 0986 moles. Cuz we can see that no. of moles of CaCO3 which will decompose is equivalent to the no. of CaO . Now it's just the matter of finding the no. of moles of CaCO3 . \[no. of moles = \frac{ mass }{ relative molecular mass }\]
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