Toca lab is about the periodic table made into a cute little game.
The very last element is here!
Let us introduce phosphorus. Hennig Brand was the man who discovered this element in 1669, from urine! Actually, urine naturally contains large quantities of phosphates which makes it the perfect liquid to experiment with. He was also very secretive and didn’t tell the public about his method, instead he sold it to two other chemists. What a business man!
Want to know more? Visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phosphorus
Cute, right? This is Sulfur and you can find it in your breakfast. In the egg yolk to be more specific. Next time you have an egg, say hi before you eat it!
Want to know more about Sulfur? Visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulfur