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Sulfur (or Sulphur, symbol S) is a chemical element, with atomic number 16 on the periodic table.

Characteristics and history[]

Sulfur has an atomic mass of 32.064. This element was discovered by Humans for the first time on Earth's ancient history. (ST reference: Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual)

When combined with copper to form copper sulfate, it becomes a highly poisonous powder. When the copper sulfate is mixed with water, the copper sulfate forms into blue crystals, yet still has poisonous properties. (TOS - Star Trek 1 novelization: The Naked Time)

Hadas IV was known for its sulfuric mines. (DS9 novelization: Emissary)

See also[]

  • ammonium sulfide
  • copper sulfate
  • disulfide
  • hydrogen sulfate
  • hydrogen sulfide
  • nitrogen sulfide
  • pyrosulfate
  • sulfide
  • sulfur dioxide
  • yominum sulfide



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