After heating, how many grams of the magnesium containing product were present?

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Dolomite is mixture of CaCO3 and MgCO3. When 1.000 g sample of this limestone is decomposed by heating, .268 L of Cao2 is produced measured @ 750. Torr and 20 C. Heating a metallic carbonate always produces carbon dioxide and a metallic oxide. It was determined that the original sample of the limestone contained 160.0 mg of calcium. 

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