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created by joseph, sixth form student at GBHS

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    • Sulphur
    • Sulphur, It starts off as a yellow solid.
    • On Warming….
    • ….melts to form a runny yellow liquid at 113 degrees Celsius
      This is because the Van derWaals bonds are breaking.
    • Van der Waals
      Van derWaals bonds are the bonds between the molecules. As the Sulphur gets heated these forces begin to break
      Watch the Picture
    • Notice a Difference?The Van Der Waals are broken
      This is why the Molecules are no longer together
    • Continued heating leads to a highly viscous substance that cannot be poured from the test tube.
    • Covalent bonds between atoms are strong ( water doesn’t break down into hydrogen and oxygen when you heat it to make a cup of coffee before school). It takeas a lot of energy to break covalent bonds
    • Finally Everything breaks and the Sulphur becomes a runny liquid again
    • Think of it like a Junior class. First they are a solid, heat it up in summer and they might melt. Give some more heat and they can no longer stand. Finally, Superheat them until they soil themselves and they will become a nice runny yellow liquid.
    • Or maybe they will just go werewolf and drum you to death