Sulfur Kayla Foster

Symbol: S

Atomic Mass: 32.065

Atomic Number: 16

Protons: 16

Neutrons: 16

Electrons: 16

Some of the physical properties in sulfur is that is pale yellow, odorous, and it is tasteless. Chemical properties is that is flammable, toxic, and is very reactive.

Sulfur is a solid and a nonmetal. Antoine Lavoisier convinced them around 1777 that sulfur is a element. Sulfur isĀ found in black gunpowder, matches, and fireworks.


The boiling point is 445 Celsius. The melting point is 113 Celsius. Sulfur is found in volcanoes and hot springs.


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