No. When elements form compounds, the physical and chemical properties of this new compound are unique to this compound; explicitly, they are different from all elements a compound is made up of and there is no way to derive one from the other.
Note that sometimes there are different compounds made from the same elements such as iron(II) chloride and iron(III) chloride. Or maybe even more obvious: tin(IV) chloride (a liquid) and tin(II) chloride (an ionic solid). And finally note that even elements have different modifications with different physical and chemical properties such as phosphorus (white, red, purple, black) or carbon (graphite or diamond).