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hey! look at those cool fireworks!
i know right! i wonder how they make fireworks?
fireworks contain gunpowder and gunpowder is made mainly from sulfur! that's how to fireworks get so high up in the sky!
wow! sulfur sounds sooo cool! can you tell us some more about it?
the electron configuration of sulfur is 2,8,6 and the valance electron is 6
in 1777, a french chemist, Antoine Lavoisier, proved that sulfur was an element not a compound.
there are 16 protons and neutrons in sulfur and they are found inside the nucleus in the centre of the atom
sulfur (S) has 16 electrons! electrons are found in shells that surround the nucleus of an atom
a group on a periodic table are the columns going down and go from 1-18
a period is a row going across and goes from 1-7
the atomic mass is the amount of protons and neutrons are inside the atom. the atomic mass for sulfur is 32.
Sulfur is located in group 16, period 3
the atomic number for sulfur is 16. this is the amount of protons in an atom.
hey thanks for telling us all about sulfur that was really interesting!