for free SDS/MSDS intormation on the web.)2. You aregiven a crushed sample that is a mixture of limestone (CaCO,), lime (CaO), andsand. The calcium carbonate, limestone, is the only material present in the material that willdecompose when heated. You subject a 5.758 g sample of the mixture to strong heating and afterthe sample reaches constant mass (no more mass is lost with additional heating), the sample hasa final weight of 4.5108 g. What is the percentage of calcium carbonate present in the originalmixture? (f.wt. CaCO, 100.1)CACO3CaO + CO2

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2. You are
given a crushed sample that is a mixture of limestone (CaCO,), lime (CaO), and
sand. The calcium carbonate, limestone, is the only material present in the material that will
decompose when heated. You subject a 5.758 g sample of the mixture to strong heating and after
the sample reaches constant mass (no more mass is lost with additional heating), the sample has
a final weight of 4.5108 g. What is the percentage of calcium carbonate present in the original
mixture? (f.wt. CaCO, 100.1)
CACO3
CaO + CO2
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for free SDS/MSDS intormation on the web.) 2. You are given a crushed sample that is a mixture of limestone (CaCO,), lime (CaO), and sand. The calcium carbonate, limestone, is the only material present in the material that will decompose when heated. You subject a 5.758 g sample of the mixture to strong heating and after the sample reaches constant mass (no more mass is lost with additional heating), the sample has a final weight of 4.5108 g. What is the percentage of calcium carbonate present in the original mixture? (f.wt. CaCO, 100.1) CACO3 CaO + CO2

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Given: Initial mass of Mixture = 5.758 g Final mass 4.5108 g CaCO, only present after the decomposition reaction CaCOCaO +CO2

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