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What Happens When You Heat Copper and Sulfur?

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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.
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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.
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