Do sulfur and helium have similar chemical properties?
No they do not. Sulfur is a reactive solid, while helium is a nonreactive gas.
No, they are completely different chemicals. Sulfur is a colored solid that reacts readily with other substances. Helium is a very unreactive colorless gas.
It turns out that sulfur has similar chemical properties to oxygen.
it is sulfur
What element would be expected to have similar physical and chemical properties as oxygen's and why?
Sulfur because it has the same chemical properties as oxygen.
a) nitrogen b) fluorine c) oxide ion d) nitride ion e) sulfur Out of these options, the correct answer is e) sulfur. Sulfur is the chemical species that would be expected to have a properties most similar to oxygen.
Go grab your periodic chart and you will see that both oxygen and sulfur are in the same group (column). Elements in the same group have similar chemical properties.
Neither. Sulfur is an element by it self , that has its own physical and chemical properties.
Tellurium and sulfur are similar to selenium.
Selenium and tellurium are similar to sulfur.
Elements in the same group or column in the periodic table have similar properties. Oxygen is in group 16, and other elements in group 16 include Sulfur, Selenium, Tellurium, and Polonium.
No. Sulfur is a Group 16 element that reacts readily with many other elements. Argon is a Group 18 element, which means it is a noble gas and typically is unreactive.
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Sulfur is in group 16. Other members are oxygen, selenium, tellurium and polonium and in some respects their chemistry is similar. The elemnt most like sulfur is selenium and to a lesser extent tellurium. Polonium is a metal, and oxygen has a high electronegativity which has a major effect on the chemistry
the reason that sulfur and oxygen have different chemical properties is because of several reasons. the first is that they have different numbers of sub-atomic particles. and secondly they have different numbers of valence electrons
This is because they both have the same amount of valence electrons look on thereferencetable periodic table of elements if your in chemistry.
The last answer here was wrong by the way. Oxygen and sulfur aren't alike.
Sulfur is similar to selenium. Many physical and chemical properties are close.
Not particularly. They're both nonmetals, but beyond that they don't have a whole lot in common. They're more similar to each other than either is to sodium, but that's not saying much.
Fairly inert but can be attacked by gasoline. Can be vulcanized by treating with sulfur.
Carbon: <0,17 % Phosphorous and sulfur: < 0,o4 %
silicon silver and sulphur are all in diffront catigories
Selenium, the element immediately below sulfur in the same column of a wide form periodic table. (The element immediately above sulfur in the same column, oxygen, is the lightest element in the column, and these lightest elements in a column of main group elements often have chemical properties somewhat different from all the other elements in the column. Sulfur, for example, has a much lower electronegativity than oxygen, while the difference between electronegativities of selenium… Read More
No iron cannot be distinguished from sulfur after heating. On heating they react to form iron sulfide which will have properties of the combined chemical compound.
Sulfur dioxide diffuses at one-quarter the rate of helium
How do the rates of diffusion of helium and sulfur dioxide compare Molar masses Helium is 4 g mol and sulfur dioxide is 64 g mol?
Helium diffusses 4 times as fast as sulfur dioxide.
sodium is a metal; silicon is a semimetal (metalloid); helium and sulfur are non metals
A simple mixing doesn't change the properties of iron and sulfur; in the case of a chemical reaction a new compound is formed.
There's nothing really close. Sulfa is in the same group, and is used by some life forms in the same way, but on dry land it's a solid, not a gas. Depends on what types of properties. Oxygen is a gas, so other gases would have similiar physical properties. Other gases would include nitrogen (N) and fluorine (F). However, another element with a similar chemical property would be sulfur (S). Despite being a solid at… Read More
Because they both have a different number of valence electrons in their outer shells, and that is what determines the properties of the element.
hydrogen and helium The sun consists of 71 % Hydrogen, 27 % Helium, 1 % Oxygen and the last percent is made of Carbon, Nitrogen, Silicon, Magnesium, Neon, Iron and Sulfur.
When we look at the atomic structure of helium, we see an atom with a pair of protons in its nucleus (along with some neutrons), and a pair of electrons in orbit around it. What is probably most noteworthy is that the two electrons actually fill that electron shell, which is its valence shell, and this makes helium very resistant to the formation of chemical bonds with any other atoms. You'll recall that the essence… Read More
Elements showing properties similar to oxygen would be those that are found in the same group as oxygen (group 6A, or 16). Those would be sulfur (S), and selenium (Se)
The chemical symbol for the element sulfur is S.
The chemical symbol of sulfur is S.
The chemical symbol for sulfur is S.
The chemical formula of sulfur hexafluoride is SF6.
The chemical formula for sulfur tetrafluoride is SF4.
It is always categorized as a Physical change as no new substance with different properties forms.
Yes. Any compound present in a mixture retains its own properties.
Sulfur is a chemical element.
If you simply mix iron filings and sulfur crystals together, you get a mixture. The iron keeps the properties of iron (including its ability to be magnetized), and the sulfur retains the properties of sulfur. This mixture can be easily separated mechanically by simply passing a magnet nearby, which will magnetize and attract the iron filings. If you combine the two using heat, however, they iron and sulfur will chemically react to form the compound… Read More
A reaction with sulfur is a chemical change.
The correct chemical formula for sulfur trioxide SO3.
Did a chemical reaction take place when sulferpowder and iron filling were mixed without heating explain your answer?
No, the sulfur and iron still have their individual properties. Iron is still magnetic and the sulfur can be dissolved by carbon disulfide leaving behind the iron.
All belong to the same group (or family) and will have the same number of valence electrons (six) and will have similar properties.
Burning sulfur is a chemical change, as is burning any substance.
Salt is sodium chloride, a chemical compound (NaCl); sulfur is a chemical element (S).