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Posted by Perry on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 8:29am.

The chemical substance in natural gas is a compound called methane. Its molecules are composed of carbon and hydrogen and each molecule contains four atoms of hydrogen and one atom of carbon. In this compound, 0.33597g of hydrogen is combined with 1g of C12. Use this information to calculate the atomic mass of the element hydrogen.
Please explain each step thoroughly, thanks in advance!

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