By-Mary Morgan Smith
atomic mass-28.086 amu
# of protons,newtrons, electrons-16
Sulfur has many different uses but a few examples are...
-thiamine-vitamin b-skin and hair
-biotin-vitamin b-skin and hair
-sulfur is a great source of protein
Some froms of Sulfur are used in...
-skin care products
There is no known discover of date when Sulfur was found or created. But it goes all the way back to the ancients with an unknown discover.
The majority of the Sulfur produced today is obtained from underground deposits, usually found in conjunction with salt deposits, with a process known as the Frasch process.
Sulfur is found in volcanic regions as a deposit formed by the emission of hydrogen sulfide, followed by aerial oxidation to the element. Underground deposits of sulfur associated with salt domes in limestone rock provide a substantial portion of the world’s supply of the element. These domes are located in the Louisiana swamplands of the USA and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.
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