Sulfur is a pure chemical element, so the only thing that makes
up sulfur is, well, sulfur.
Sulfur is an element in its own right. So the only element that makes up sulfur is sulfur.
Sulfur makes up about 0.3% of your body mass.
Sulfur makes your liver work properly. Sulfur makes your liver work properly.
Sulfur is found in the Earth's core and crust. In the earth's crust, sulfur makes up 3 percent. However, there are sources of elemental sulfur near hot springs and volcanic areas. Sulfur has the atomic number of 16.
Sulfur Dioxide & Sulfuric Acid SULPHUR
the fact that you can spell it as sulfur or sulphur
It makes up 99.99% of earths crust so it's not that abundant
Provided the proportions are right, this makes gunpowder.
It makes Sulphur Dioxide. and little Sulphur Trioxide.
Zinc, Sulfur and oxygen... ZnSO4 1 zinc 1Sulfur 4 oxygen
Friction makes phosphorus and sulfur ignite.
No. Sulfur dioxide is a compound, which makes it a pure substance, not a mixture.
Sulfur. We stink so you don't have to. Sulfur. Putting the brimstone in "fire and brimstone" sermons since 1532. Sulfur, the other yellow gold. Think sulfur. Sulfur - what REALLY makes the world go 'round.
Methane or sulfur.
Sulfur Dioxide is made up of the elements Sulfur and Oxygen. The chemical formula is: SO2.
There is not single element in bicycle tires. The rubber itself is vulcanized rubber, which contains carbon, hydrogen, and sulfur.
It's made mostly of iron with smaller amounts of nickel, oxygen, silicon, and sulfur.
Iron sulfide, FeS2, makes up the crystalline mineral pyrite, also known as fool's gold.
sulfur dioxide is made up of sulfur,carbon, and oxygen
It makes Magnesium Sulphate
Phosphorus and many more elements and compounds such as potassium chlorate, sulfur, silica, and many more.
Burning it makes sulfur dioxide which is water soluble, resulting in sulfurous acid solution.
A Sulfur ion needs to gain 2 extra electrons to become an ion which makes it Negative.
Black powder is made up of potassium nitrate, charcoal and sulfur in the ratio 75:15:10. These components are integrated finely into each other.
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.
Sulfur is an element - not made up of other elements. You might say that it is made up of sulphur atoms.
methane gas, but egg farts are sulfur.
Carbon, sulfur, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. Carbon accounts for roughly between 60% to 90% according to the type of coal.
That smell is actually sulfur burning off in the park's various sulfur pits.
It's just the mineral's natural color.
The sulfur in gunpowder makes it smell like rotten eggs.
Aluminum Sulfide (Al2S3). This is because Aluminum makes a +3 charge ion and Sulfur makes a 2- ion. Thus, the 2 and 3 for each balance it out to a net charge of 0.
Carbon dioxide makes up about 96% of the atmosphere. Nitrogen is about 3.5 % Then there's some sulfur dioxide and argon. There are only small traces of other gases.
Sulfur can make a maximum of two in H2S. In thiols it makes just one, its other bond is to carbon, e.g. methanethiol CH3SH
because the both have sulfur in which makes them smell the same
Aluminum Sulfate is Al2 SO4 (aluminum, sulfur, and oxygen)
It is not a chemical change, unless you heat it sufficiently to make it catch fire.
Sulfur has a high melting point. up to 113 degrees Celsius.
Organic macromolecules are made of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen mainly and after that nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur comes. e.g. protein, carbohydrates, fats, lipids etc.
1 Sulfur atom and 2 oxygen atoms. Its molecular formula is SO2
Sulfur is used in fertilizers because it has amino acids which make up the right balance of chemicals.
Zero. Sulfur has six valence electrons, all of which pair up into three orbitals.
There a few, sulfur dioxide, SO2 sulfur trioxide SO3 are the best known There are others see wikipedia "Lower sulfur oxides" if you are interested.
washing up liquid and alcohol
The main product is sulfur dioxide, which smells like rotten eggs and when added to water forms sulfurous acid. In the presence of a catalyst sulfur trioxide forms, which when added to water makes sulfuric acid.
sulfur is a mineral wich can be found in rocks or deposits. You can find it in water to or go to a rock collector store to buy it. If you want the smell of sulfur simply ground up the mineral under another rock because sulfur is extremely fragile.
1 mole of sulfur and 2 moles of oxygen make up 1 mole of sulfur dioxide, and there are 6.022 • 10^23 atoms in each mole.
That would be sulfur hexaflouride. that weighs 6 pound, witch makes your voice go lower, if you inhale it. Helium is -6 pounds, which makes your voice go higher. there both safe to inhale, but i think you need a license to handle sulfur hexaflouride.
Sulfur, as a native mineral, or from the mineral pyrite, is used in the manufacture of matches.
A combination of sulfuric acid, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide.