Order-No. 6228
  • Chemistry

Year of production: 2016
Duration: 06:18 minutes

Sulfur was already being used 5000 years before Christ to bleach textiles and as a disinfectant. Sulfur is the 16th most common element in the Earth's crust and is found both in its elemental form as well as in numerous compounds. Sulfur typically has an unpleasant smell.
Sulfur is made up of eight-atom molecules. The atoms form a rippled, ring-shaped structure. It is also called a crown. Elemental sulfur can be found in different, temperature-dependent modifications. Under normal conditions the S8 molecules are in a rhombic crystal structure. It is referred to as rhombic sulfur, or α-sulfur.
The film presents the various forms of sulfur and in several experiments shows how sulfur behaves and reacts with other elements in different scenarios.

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