What Happens When You Heat Copper and Sulfur?


When you heat copper and sulfer together, they form a compound. Initially, they start out as two separate substances. In the end, they will form one substance.
Q&A Related to "What Happens When You Heat Copper and Sulfur?"
It produces a compound called copper sulfide. The sulfur is changing from a solid to a liquid, and the copper turns into a black substance which is at the second oxidation state.
Copper disintegrates in sulfuric acid and gives off
Copper Sulfate?
When hot sulfuric acid is an oxidizing agent, the sulfur in it being reduced; sulfur dioxide gas may be released.
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