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    Stoichiometry Problem Involving Ozone: Detailed Mole/Mass Solution

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    Ultraviolet light in the stratosphere can split chlorine atoms from Freon molecules. Once formed, the free chlorine atoms can react with and destroy the ozone. One of the reactions involved is represented here.

    Cl + O3 -----> ClO + O2

    For every 1000 g of ozone, how many grams of O2 are formed during this reaction?

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    First, we check to see that the reaction is balanced. It is. Good. Now what?

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