388.36K is the boiling point, so applying this temperature to elemental Sulfur would liquidise it. In a vacuum, this temperature would be lower, of course.
At 200 degrees Celsius sulfur is a liquid.
By heating liquid sulfur is obtained. The liquid is very viscous and had a red color.
No it is not a liquid, it is a solid at room temperature
Molten sulphur is sulphur that is hot enough to become a liquid. It remains yellow.liquid sulfur
The room temperature is always consider about 25 C in this degree the sulfur is not liquid.
Sulfur is Solid at room temperature.
Neither? It is a gas. Sulfur GAS.
Yes, if you heat sulfur it changes into a orange-brownish liquid and if you keep on heating it its colour will gradually become darker and darker and the whole substance will become gel-like. This usually occurs at around 200 degrees Celsius.
No, sulfur would break and turn into powder.
You may get sulfur dichloride (SCl2), which is a cherry-red liquid.
The element sulfur is all three, depending on the environment.
Sulphur dissolves in a liquid called carbon disulphide.
Sulfur (or sulphur) is a yellow solid at room temperature and a red liquid when molten.
you cant turn it into liquid
at room temperature and pressure, sulfur is volatile and will sublime i.e. go directly to gas phase from the solid phase.
washing up liquid and alcohol
it is soluble in dishwashing liquid
Sulfur burns in oxygen with a blue flame.
Yes butter can turn into a liquid.
Sulfur is a non-metal solid at room temperature. It has a foul odor and is yellow in color.
To turn a liquid into a solid you have to freeze it. To turn a gas into a solid you must first turn it into a liquid, then freeze it.
sulfur have fun pathetics
Elemental sulfur is a solid.
because it contains flammable liquid and oil
At this temperature sulfur is liquid.