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decomposing calcium carbonate yields calcium oxide and carbon dioxide. What information is needed to calculate the mass of calcium oxide that can be produced from 4.6 kg of calcium carbonate

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    You have the mass of calcium carbonate you need the molar mass to find the moles of calcium carbonate You need to make sure the chemical equation is balanced Using the ratio to convert moles of calcium carbonate to moles of calcium oxide Since you have the moles multiply that by the molar mass to determine the mass of calcium oxide produced

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