By heating liquid sulfur is obtained. The liquid is very viscous and had a red color.
I think a very very bad smell happens. You might want to ask to be excused if your teacher says he is experimenting with sulfur.
All get very hot.
SO3 is the chemical formula of sulfur trioxide (sulfur-IV oxide). It is a very hygroscopic, strongly acid forming oxide (extremely corrosive in humid air).
It depends on the element being heated or frozen.
it melts at a very fast rate
it turns into liquid
When particles are heated they get very energetic and try to break away from their bonds to eachother. At the start they make tiny vibrations and gradually get very fast and can turn into a liquad.
Sulfur is a very weak conductor of electricity.
When cracked glass is heated, the cracks will worsen until the glass breaks. You don't need very much heat to break cracked glass. Boiling water will do it.
Acetone will either evaporate or ignite (catch fire) when heated. At room temperature it evaporates quickly but will do so when hot. When exposed to very high temperatures it will catch fire.
simply it breaks out due to forming of carbon dioxide in the gaps if it takes place in an close atmosphere with high pressure than turns into marble.
Both a sulfur molecule (S8) and a sulfur dioxide molecule (SO2) contain the element sulfur. Beyond that they are very different.
No. Sulfur is quite soft, Garnet is very hard.
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Convectional rain fall happens in very hot parts of the country where air can be heated by a very hot ground and forced to rise due to this.
It explodes in 39.2 seconds after being heated at 375 degree Fahrenheit in an oven. VERY messy.
In general, ionic bonds are very strong and resistant to heat, but enough heat will break them.
Malleability is a property of metals. Sulfur isn't a metal, so therefore doesn't have these properties. Sulfur is very brittle.
(After it has been heated.) It will harden. (At room temperature.) It will become brittle. (After it has been cooled .) It will become very brittle.
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At very high temperature NaOH is decomposed and Na2O fumes are emited.The reaction is:2 NaOH = Na2O = H2O
Calcium carbonate thermally decomposes when heated to form calcium oxide powder and carbon dioxide gas. The word equation: calcium carbonate --> calcium oxide + carbon dioxide As a symbol equation: CaCO3 --> CaO + CO2