Simply mixing them will give you a mixture not a compound because sulfur is stable in the presence of oxygen at STP.
To get a compound you must BURN the sulfur in oxygen an this will produce the compound called sulfur dioxide.
It is a compound.The chemical formula for sulphur dioxide is SO2. It is made of elements sulphur and oxygen. So it is a compound.
Barium, sulphur and Oxygen.
when sulphur and oxygen are heated together they create sulphidesulphur + oxygen -> sulphideS + O2 -> SO2
Hydrogen is produced.
3 copper, sulphur, oxygen
Water is a compound, it is made from two elements. Two atoms of Hydrogen and one of Oxygen. Sulphur, like Hydrogen and Oxygen, is an element.
Anything that is not an element is a compound. Suphuric acid consists of sulphur, hydrogen, and oxygen and is therefore a compound.
Yes, because it is comprised of both sulphur and oxygen. :)
It is obvious from formula the elements are Calcium , Sulphur and Oxygen.
There are two compounds ferrous sulfide and ferrous sulfate.
S + O2 --> SO2 sulfer dioxide
Sulphur + Oxygen --> sulphur dioxide or sulphur + oxygen --> sulphur trioxide it depends on the conditions.
POO is mde from thesse elements to make a compound.
Sulphur does reatc with oxygen forming Sulphur di oxide SO2
You get CO.
Sulphur + oxygen = Sulphur Oxide
When you burn sulphur with oxygen you create sulphur dioxide or sulphur trioxide.
Oxygen Sulphate (OS) is not in the periodic table because it is not an element. Rather, it is a compound made from two elements: Oxygen, and Sulphur. Oxygen is eighth on the periodic table, and sulphur is located at 16. Vertically, they are next to each other.
Oxygen is a gas, sulphur is a solid. Oxygen has 8 protons and 8 electrons, sulphur has 16 of each.
yes,sulphur reacts with oxygen forming sulphur dioxide. s+o2------->so2
Hi, recently had to figure this out myself Lithium Sulphur and Oxygen makes Lithium Sulphate. Hope this helps!
The chemical compound H2SO4 is not on the Periodic Table as it is a compound not an element. However, it is made up of three elements: Hydrogen, Sulphur and Oxygen. In one molecule of this compound there are 7 atoms: 2 Hydrogen atoms, 1 Sulphur atom and 4 Oxygen atoms. The common name for H2SO4 is Sulphuric Acid.
A sulphide is a simple chemical combination of an element and the Sulphur atom e.g. Hydrogen Sulphide, H2S. A sulphite is a chemical combination of an element and a compound of Sulphur and Oxygen, namely 3 Oxygen atoms to every Sulphur atom. E.g. Calcium Sulphite CaSO3.
Combination reaction Sulphur dioxide or sulphur trioxide is formed depending on the amount of oxygen available.