Changes to sulphur when heated! by axel

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  • 1. Changes to Sulphur when heated!
  • 2. Sulphur undergoes a number of distinctive changes as it is heated up to its boiling point at 445 Degrees Celcius
    • It starts off as a yellow solid, on warming...
    • It begins to melt to form a runny yellow liquid at 113 Degrees Celcius.
    • Continued heating leads to a high viscous form of sulphur becomes more fluid.
    • At its boiling point of 445 Degrees Celcius, the molten sulphur can be poured out of the test tube.
  • 3. Melting Sulphur
    • Sulphur melts above 113 Degrees Celcius, at which point the rhiombic, monoclinic and yellow runny molten forms consist of S 8 molecules.
    • When sulphur is heated up to its boiling point of 445 Degrees Celcius it goes through a number of remarkable changes.
    • These changes are influenced by the particles that are present and the forces between them.
  • 4. When heated When completed