Calculate the molecular mass of CaSO4.

To calculate the molecular mass of CaSO4, we need to add the atomic masses of all the atoms in a compound.
The atomic mass of Ca = 40.08
The atomic mass of S = 32.06
The atomic mass of O = 16
CaSO4 = 40.08 + 32.06 + 16 × 4 = 136.14
Therefore, the molecular mass of CaSO4 is 136.14 g/mol.

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