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Sulfur

Description & History
sul·fur (14th century):
a nonmetallic element that occurs either free or combined especially in sulfides and sulfates, is a constituent of proteins, exists in several allotropic forms including yellow orthorhombic crystals, resembles oxygen chemically but is less active and more acidic, and is used especially in the chemical and paper industries, in rubber vulcanization, and in medicine for treating skin diseases
Element

SymbolS
Z 16
Atomic Weight 32.0660019
Density 2.
Edge Energies
(keV)
K 2.47199988
L1 0.193000004
L2 0.163599998
L3 0.162499994
M 0.0170000009
K-alpha 2.30800009
K-beta 2.46399999
L-alpha 0.
L-beta 0.
Edge jumps

K 10.3209229
L1 1.1460613
L2 2.10063171
L3 0.
Fluorescence
yield
K 0.0780000016
L1 7.40000032E-05
L2 0.0170000009
L3 2.30800009

Alphabetical List of Elements

  Actinium(Ac) Europium(Eu) Neodymium(Nd) Silicon(Si)
  Aluminum(Al) Fermium(Fm) Neon(Ne) Silver(Ag)
  Americium(Am) Fluorine(F) Neptunium(Np) Sodium(Na)
  Antimony(Sb) Francium(Fr) Nickel(Ni) Strontium(Sr)
  Argon(Ar) Gadolinium(Gd) Niobium(Nb) Sulfur(S)
  Arsenic(As) Gallium(Ga) Nitrogen(N) Tantalum(Ta)
  Astatine(At) Germanium(Ge) Nobelium(No) Technetium(Tc)
  Barium(Ba) Gold(Au) Osmium(Os) Tellurium(Te)
  Berkelium(Bk) Hafnium(Hf) Oxygen(O) Terbium(Tb)
  Beryllium(Be) Hassium(Hs) Palladium(Pd) Thallium(Tl)
  Bismuth(Bi) Helium(He) Phosphorus(P) Thorium(Th)
  Bohrium(Bh) Holmium(Ho) Platinum(Pt) Thulium(Tm)
  Boron(B) Hydrogen(H) Plutonium(Pu) Tin(Sn)
  Bromine(Br) Indium(In) Polonium(Po) Titanium(Ti)
  Cadmium(Cd) Iodine(I) Potassium(K) Tungsten(W)
  Calcium(Ca) Iridium(Ir) Praseodymium(Pr) Ununbium(Uub)
  Californium(Cf) Iron(Fe) Promethium(Pm) Ununhexium(Uuh)
  Carbon(C) Krypton(Kr) Protactinium(Pa) Ununnilium(Uun)
  Cerium(Ce) Lanthanum(La) Radium(Ra) Ununoctium(Uuo)
  Cesium(Cs) Lawrencium(Lr) Radon(Rn) Ununquadium(Uuq)
  Chlorine(Cl) Lead(Pb) Rhenium(Re) Unununium(Uuu)
  Chromium(Cr) Lithium(Li) Rhodium(Rh) Uranium(U)
  Cobalt(Co) Lutetium(Lu) Rubidium(Rb) Vanadium(V)
  Copper(Cu) Magnesium(Mg) Ruthenium(Ru) Xenon(Xe)
  Curium(Cm) Manganese(Mn) Rutherfordium(Rf) Ytterbium(Yb)
  Dubnium(Db) Meitnerium(Mt) Samarium(Sm) Yttrium(Y)
  Dysprosium(Dy) Mendelevium(Md) Scandium(Sc) Zinc(Zn)
  Einsteinium(Es) Mercury(Hg) Seaborgium(Sg) Zirconium(Zr)
  Erbium(Er) Molybdenum(Mo) Selenium(Se)


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