If you are severely allergic, you will react to it just as you would if you took it orally. Although administered topically, it is secreted into the bloodstream.
Sulphur is an old and very effective treatment for rosacea
Prosacea is an over the counter medication for rosacea rthat contains 10% sulphur. You can find it in most pharmacies.
No. I am allergic to Sulpha drugs and I can take levofloxacin.
"sulphur+oxygen->sulphur oxide."Se + O2 under pressure renders SeO2 (selenium dioxide). "Comment on the fact that the analagous reaction between sulphur and oxygen, although extremely slow, gives a product with a different stoichiometry". Part 1A Inorganic Chemistry Paper, University of Oxford, 2008.So the paper suggeststhat sulphur dioxide is not the product of direct combination of sulphur and oxygen. Why is this? Is it contaminated with some SO3?I think it's actually sulphur dioxide rather than sulphur oxide as someone else suggested. If you look at the reaction of carbon and oxygen, it doesn't produce carbon oxide, but carbon dioxide. So therefore I think if:Carbon + oxygen --> carbon dioxideThen:Sulphur + oxygen --> Sulphur dioxide
You are likely having an allergic reaction to either the wheat, yeast, or sulphur dioxide (found in the wine). People who experience congestion when drinking also commonly get a flushed red face and skin coloring as well, which is also a sign of an allergic reaction to something in the alcohol. Try gin or vodka to see if you get the same effect, it is likely the wheat or yeast in wine and beer causing the reaction.
The reaction is: S + O2 = SO2
When water is added to the gas jars in which sulphur was burnt, a chemical reaction occurs. The sulphur dioxide gas produced from burning sulphur reacts with the water to form sulphurous acid (H2SO3). This reaction results in the formation of a colorless solution with acidic properties.
Any reaction occur.
Sulphur and oxygen react to form either sulfur dioxide or sulfur trioxide, depending on reaction conditions.
Magnesium + sulphur -> magnesium sulphate
Sulphur Dioxide can be prepared by reaction of copper with concentrate sulphuric acid. Cu + H2SO4 ----------> CuSO4 +SO2 + 2H2O