Q: How many grams of oxygen can be obtained from 5.00 g of KCIO3?

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There are 424 grams of oxygen in 477 grams of water. 8 times 53 equals 424.

25.78g

if 14 grams of nitrogen is formed, then 8 grams of oxygen, add those two together and you get 22. and that's 22 of the 40 grams used, so 40 subtracted by 22 is 18. 18 grams of water would be formed.

2.55 grams = 2,550 grams

1.296 grams = 0.001296kg

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