Sulphur and its compounds. - 2nd ed.

United States, 1962

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Using molecular models, animation and time-lapse photography, this film demonstrates the chemical and physical properties of sulphur, including the formation of its allotropic forms. Also describes the Frasch process, and emphasises the importance of sulphur and its compounds, especially sulphuric acid, in modern industry, medicine and agriculture.


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Coronet Instructional Films






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