Sulfur Courtney hersley

Element symbol- S

Element Name- Sulfur

Atomic #- 6 Atomic Mass- 32.065

# of protons- 16. Electrons- 16. Neutrons-32.

It's a solid, also a non- metallic

Who discovered- known since ancient times in unknown at not known. When was it discovered- 700-600 bc.

How is it used- Essential to life, it is a minor constituent of fats, body fluids, and skeletal minerals.

3 physical properties. 1) Density 2)Solid 3)Volume

3 chemical properties. 1)reactivity 2)oxidation 3)compounds

3 unusual facts

Sulfur occurs as the free element near volcanoes and hot springs.

Sulfur occurs in natural gas and crude oil.

Sulfur acid is present in the digestive fluids of sea squirts.


Created with images by James St. John - "Sulfur (Dominica, eastern Caribbean)" • James St. John - "Sulfur (Baja California, Mexico) 1"

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