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How many moles of oxygen will be produced by 0.66 moles of potassium chlorate?

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Potassium chloride has the formula KClO3. When heated, it undergoes decomposition to produce oxygen gas according to the following equation:

`2KClO_3 -> 2KCl + 3O_2`

For each mole of potatassium chlorate that reacts one mole of oxygen gas is produced. This...

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