Sulfur-getting a bang out of nature.

Atomic Number: 16 Atomic Mass: 32.066 Nonmetal

Sulfur is the best element out there. You  can use it for trading, defence, and even some tools. It can be made into gunpowder, sulphuric acid can be thrown into and enemy's face, or you can make stink bombs. Some could make it into fertilizer or pesticide. It could be traded as stones or as lapis lazuli. Last but not least, you need sulfur to live. It makes up part of your living cells and necessary vitamins. Take sulfur with you... it may just be the bomb

Sulfur is an element that contains 16 protons, 16 electrons, and 16 neutrons. It has an atomic mass of 32.066,with a mass number of 32. It is a non-metal.


Sulfur is one of the few elements found pure in nature. This yellow element will produce a blood-red liquid and a blue flame when burned and is solid at room temperature .  Sulfur has a melting point of 115.21 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of 444.72 degrees Celsius.

Sulfur is located at period 3, group 16

Common Uses

  • FertilizersSulfur is also a key component in the colouring of lapis lazuli.
  • Pesticides
  • Other chemicals
  • Colouring of Lapis Lazuli*

*A brilliant stone that is blue in colour\|/

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