Mineral Project

Mineral Project
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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!
  • TeHAuNaKS!
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