How many moles of calcium carbonate are necessary to form 0.256 moles carbon dioxide ?
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How many moles of calcium carbonate are necessary to form 0.256 moles

carbon dioxide?

calcium carbonate (s) calcium oxide (s) + carbon dioxide (g)


How many moles of aluminum are necessary to form 0.418 moles aluminum oxide?

iron(III) oxide (s) + aluminum (s) aluminum oxide (s) + iron (s)

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1) CaCO 3 -------> CaO + CO 2 this is the balanced equation. means from 1 mole of CaCO3 sublimation we will get... View the full answer

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