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Suppose a 1.25 g sample of CaCO3_3 is decomposed by heating. How many milliliters of CO2_2 gas will be evolved if it will be measured at 0.974 atm and 25 ^{\circ}C (MM of CaCO3_3 = 100.05 g/mol)

CaCO3_3 (s) \longrightarrow CO2_2 (g) + CaO (s)

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