Who Discovered Sulfur?

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Sulfur (Sanskrit, sulvari; Latin sulfur or sulpur) was known in ancient times, and is referred to in the Biblical Pentateuch (Genesis).
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There is no clear answer as to who discovered sulfur. It seems to have always been around. In the Bible, it is referred to as brimstone, as in 'fire and brimstone. One thing is for
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It was discovered by. Henning Brad, identified by. Antoine Lavoisier.
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Sulfur was first recognized as an element by A. L. Lavoiser in 1777. It comes from
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(Sanskrit, sulvere; L. sulphurium) Known to the ancients; referred to in Genesis as brimstone. Sulfur is found in meteorites. A dark area near the crater Aristarchus on the moon has
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Sulfur has been known since ancient times.
No one single person discovered sulfur, it has been around and known about since the earliest of times. However, it was a man named Antoine Lavoisier that persuaded the scientists of his time that sulfur was indeed an element. This occurred around 1777.
It is unknown who first discovered sulfur. Sulfur has been known since ancient times and is mentioned in the Bible and other ancient documents. Antoine Lavoisier helped get sulfur recognized as an element in 1777.
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Antoine Lavoisier was a noted and prominent French chemist and biologist, who is credited with having helped convince the scientific community, in 1777, that sulfur ...
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