Periodic Table- Sulfur

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Periodic Table- Sulfur

Periodic Table Element-Sulfur

Discovery

Uses

Facts

Symbol- SAtomic #- 16Color- YellowOdor- Faint Form- SolidDensity-2.07 grams per cubic centimeterMelting Point-235.04 degrees fahrenheitBoiling Point-832.28 degrees fahrenheit$24 per 100 grams

MatchesBlack gunpowderRubberFungicideFertilizersSulfite paperFumigantsDried fruitsInsulationA dietary essential

-Discovered by Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier-Known to the ancients -In 1777 in France it was determined to be an element.Discovered in 2000 BCOrigin- Latin

Reaction

It is found primarily in volcanic or sedimentary deposits and meterorites.It combines with almost all elements.It is a poor conductor of electricity.It is insoluble in water.

Why did the chemist help the kid who was being bullied?He didn’t want to watch the kid sulfur.

Joke


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