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what is the boiling point of sulfur.

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The melting point of sulfur is: 115,21 ºC The boiling point of sulfur is: 444,6ºC


The melting point of sulfur is 115.21 °C, and the boiling point of sulfur is 444.6 °C.


Boiling point of Sulfur is 444.72 °C (832.5 °F).


Boiling point: 718(K), Melting point: 386(K)


Freezing point = 388.4K/115.3 C Boiling point = 717.8K/444.6 C


Sulfur has a high melting point. up to 113 degrees Celsius.


Sulfur boils at 444.6 °C and melts at 115.21 °C


717.8K (444.6 degrees centigrade 832.3 degrees Fahrenheit)The boiling point of Sulfur is 444.674 º C.The boiling point of sulfur is 444.6 oC.717.8 Kelvin, 444.6 Celsius, and 832.3 Fahrenheit


It has a low boiling point because it has weak intermolecular forces in its covalent bonds


The boiling point of sodium chloride (NaCl) is 801 oC.Sulfur dichloride (SCl2) is decomposed before boiling.



No. Sulfur boils at the following temperatures on the different temperature scales: 717.8K, 444.6 oC, 832.3 oF. The boiling point is the point at which the sulfur will vaporize into a gas.


Sulfur is melted at 115,21 0C; the boiling point is at 444,6 0C. In an air atmosphere sulfur burn and form sulfur dioxide.


Sulfur is melted at 115,21 0C; the boiling point is at 444,6 0C. In an air atmosphere sulfur burn and form sulfur dioxide.


Ones that are gases at room temperature and below. Sulfur hexafluoride has a boiling point of -64C. CO2 is at -57C. Propane is -42C.


Sulfur a yellow, odorless solid. It is not soluble in water. The melting point is 388.36 K and the boiling point is 717.8 K. Sulfur is used in matches, gunpowder, and fertilizer.


Sulfur: Melting Point: 112.8 °C (385.95 K, 235.04001 °F) Boiling Point: 444.6 °C (717.75 K, 832.28 °F)


Sulfur dioxide has a boiling point of −10°C (14°F) while silicon dioxide has a boiling point of 2230°C (4046°F). With these numbers in mind the difference would be 2240 °C (4064°F).


Belting point rhombic: 112.8°C. Monoclinic: 119.0°CBoiling point 444.6°CMelting Point: 112.8 °C (385.95 K, 235.04001 °F)Boiling Point: 444.6 °C (717.75 K, 832.28 °F)


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.


Boiling is the phase where the boiling occurs. The point at which the boiling occurs is the boiling point.


There is only one boiling point, there is not a boiling point and a normal boiling point


Sulphur is a solid at standard room temperature (which is about 200C). The melting point of sulphur is 1150C and the boiling point is 4450C.


Sulfur is larger and therefore has a larger intermolecular force than oxygen. Intermolecular force increases the amount of energy needed to break the bonds, and increases the boiling point.


Its colour, its melting point, its boiling point, whether it is magnetic or not, whether it is an electrical conductor or not and its atomic mass are all physical properties.



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