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Sulfur By CaDeisha Harris
Who discovered me? I was discovered by Hennig Brand.Sulfur was identify by Antoine Lavoisier in 1777.
Antoine Lavoisier Born August 26,1774 in ParisDied May 8, 1794 Place de la Concorde Fields was biologist, and chemist
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Why is Sulfur so special?I am so special because I am non-metal, abundant, tasteless and odorless. I supply the right types of growth nutrients for hair, skin, and nails.
What is the important things that I have done?I help people to have healthy hair, skin and nails, it also helps maintain oxygen balance for proper brain function.
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Information Chemical Name: Sulfur Family Name: Element - Sulfur Chemical Formula: S8 Physical State: Solid CAS Number: Appearance: Yellow colored lumps, crystals, powder, or formed shape Odor: Odorless, or faint odor of rotten eggs if not 100% pure Purity: 90% - 100% Formula: S8 (Rhombic or monoclinic) Molecular Weight (G): Vapor Density (Air = 1 ): 1.1 Vapor Pressure: 0mmHG at 280OF Solubility In Water: Insoluble Specific Gravity: 70oF Boiling Point: 832oF (444oC) Freezing/Melting Point: oF ( oC) Bulk Density: Lumps lbs./ft3 Powder lbs./ft3 Flashpoint: 405OF (207.2oC) Flammable Limits: LEL: 3.3 UEL: Auto-ignition Temperature: oF ( oC)
Information (cont.) Estimated Crustal Abundance: 3.50×102 milligrams per kilogram Estimated Oceanic Abundance: 9.05×102 milligrams per liter Number of Stable Isotopes: 4 (View all isotope data) Ionization Energy: eV Oxidation States: +6, +4, -2 Electron Shell Configuration: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p4
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About Sulfur Atomic number: 16 Symbol: S Atomic mass:
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