The answer is six.
With the production of one molecule of sugar six molecules of oxygen are produced during photosynthesis.
Six oxygen molecules are released when one glucose molecule is formed.
Pure oxygen itself is O2 or two oxygen atoms bonded together to create a pure oxygen molecule. The ozone layer is made of O3.
The answer is 6
2 water molecules form one molecule of oxygen.
carbon dioxide is produced.
In aerobic respiration which incorporates oxygen, 36 molecules are produced per 1 molecule of glucose and in anaerobic respiration (fermentation) where no oxygen is incorporated, only 2 molecules are produced per 1 molecule of glucose
When two molecules of hydrogen peroxide break down, one molecule of water and one molecule of diatomic oxygen are produced.
For every 1 molecule of carbon dioxide used, 1 molecule of oxygen is also produced.