How do you calculate the atomic mass of a compound?
Well, if you want the molar mass, you add together the mass of every individual element in the compound. Compounds don't have an atomic mass.
For example in
Hydrogen (H) has a mass of 1.008
Oxygen (O) has a mass of 16.00
Since there is 2 hydrogen atoms in
If you look up the mass of water it is 18.01528 g/mol.
You can use this method for any chemical compound.