Sulfur is melted.
When sufficiently heated, iron filings and sulfur react to produce a compound, iron (II) sulfide.
It melts, and turns a bright red color.
Sulfur is melted at 115,21 0C; the boiling point is at 444,6 0C. In an air atmosphere sulfur burn and form sulfur dioxide.
a new compound is formed
no,iron sulphide is made up when sulphur and iron is heated.
it will take long to be heated up,
Both iron and sulfur expand or get bigger.
If it is burning and exposed to oxygen it will burn an indigo color. Sulfur dioxide, a toxic, irritating and acid forming gas is formed.
The steel wool will burned and turned in black substance.
Barium sulfate is thermally decomposed in barium oxide and sulfur trioxide.
It may speed up when heated.
Iron sulfide will be formed when a mixture of powdered iron and sulfur are heated.
The melted sulfur is red-brown.
The first shell call of sulfur is six electrons Plastic is a petro chemical
By heating this compound is thermally dissociated: iron oxide and sulfur dioxide are obtained.
The iron and sulfur react chemically to form the compound iron sulfide.
Burning elemental sulfur in air will create sulfur dioxide.
heating iron and sulfur would make the substances heavier
they shrink and shrivel up
"It" heats up,unless you were talking about that.
when particles in a piece of rock is heated up it stays the same size.
No, heating would not separate iron and sulfur.
Sulfur and copper, when heated together, react to form copper(I) sulfide, Cu2S.
By heating liquid sulfur is obtained. The liquid is very viscous and had a red color.