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Sulfur

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on 18 October 2013

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Transcript of Sulfur

Sulfur
Sulfur used in our body
An amino acid
Used by protein
Helps with production of collagen
A part of keratin
Sulfur is in the non-metal family
It is a solid
Has pale yellow color
Has an atomic number of 32.06
Contains 6 valence electrons
Known since ancient times
Became a recognized element in 1789
The Basics
Chemicool. (2013) Who discovered the element and when? Retrieved October 8th. From http://www.chemicool.com/elelments/sulfur.html
Livestrong. (2013) What role does the element play in the body? Retrieved October 8th. http://www.livestrong.com/article/441274-how-does-sulfur-help-the-body/
Livestrong. (2013) What are the effects of having too much or too little sulfur in our body? http://www.livestrong.com/485922-lack-of-sulfur-in-the-body/
Meracola. (2013) How does sulfur enter the body? http://articles.meracola.com/sites/articles/2011/09/12/the-third-abundant-mineral-in-your-body-are-you-getting-enough.aspx
Chemicool. (2013) Fun facts about sulfur http://www.chemicool.com/element/sulfur.html
Too much or not enough?
Damage kidneys
Headaches
Vomiting
Reduces growth
Reduces protein synthesis
Facts;


Enters our body through animal protein, Garlic, Onion, Asparagus, and kale
Found in Vitamin B1
Penicillin is sulfur based
Pure sulfur has no smell
Hydrogen Sulfide
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