What is the atomic mass of calcium sulfate?

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Dec 25, 2016

Answer:

In this case you should speak of molecular mass, because calciun sulfate is a multi-atom molecule.

Explanation:

To find the molecular mass, you add the atomic masses from all the atoms involved:

#M(CaSO_4)=M(Ca)+M(S)+4xxM(O)#

#=40.08+32.07+4xx16.00=136.15#