Sulfur, Elemental

CAS RN:7704-34-9

Color / Form

Pure sulfur exists in two stable crystalline forms, alpha and beta, and at least two amorphous (liquid) forms. Alpha-sulfur: rhombic, octahedral, yellow crystals; beta-sulfur: monoclinic, prismatic, pale-yellow crystals
Yellow orthorhombic crystals /Sulfur (rhombic) (alpha)/
Yellow monoclinic needles, stable 95.3-120 deg C /Sulfur (monoclinic) (beta)/
Yellow solid or amber-colored molten liquid.
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