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It's because you can find sulfur in here, in the soap. That means that sulfur is very malleable!
Today we are going to learn about sulfur! You may ask why we are in your kitchen. Can you guess why?
That explains why it is a very good conductor of heat and electricity.
That is very true. Sulfur is also found in paints and dyes.
Look at these diamond earrings I have. These have a much higher hardness than sulfur's hardness of 2.5.
Wow you should be teaching me! Sulfur is also in leather, like those boots over there.
Now that w eare back here, lets talk about the characteristics and properties of sulfur. Can you name any?
I know that sulfur is malleable which means it is soft. Also, sulfur is bendable or in other words ductile.
Impressive! The yellowish-green mineral also has a low melting temperature.
This mineral is also non-metallic and has a greasy look to it called resinous.
Your a sulfur expert! You really ROCK!
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