Sulfur (atomic number 16, symbol S) is a non-metal and element that is odorless and tasteless. It is known since ancient times and used in Egypt, China, and Greece.
Properties, Isotopes, Compounds, and Occurrence
Sulfur reacts as an oxidant with non-metals and metals and as a reducing agent with fluorine, oxygen, and other elements. It forms different compounds, including organic compounds, metal sulfides, halides, oxides, and others. In fact, it combines with most elements from the Periodic Table. The element is bright yellow in color, soft, and abundant. Its boiling point is 445 C (833 F), and its melting point...Read More