What is the formula for sulfur solid?
Sulfur is a covalent solid having the unit cells S8 so it is formula.
In the normal temperature, there are two types of sulfur. One is Rombic Sulfur, and the other is Mono clinic Sulfur, and their molecular formula is S8. These types of Sulfur have a high molecular weight and their size are also large. So the Van-Der-Wall force is very high. So Sulfur is Solid in normal temperature. But Oxygen is Di-atomic so it's size is not so large as Sulfur. So the Van-Der-Wall force in Oxygen…
The chemical symbol of sulfur is S. Each allotrope of sulphur has a specific formula. (Sulphur UK, Sulfur US) Sulphur is an element, so its Symbol is a capital 'S'. Sulphur does however (as a solid) combine to form molecules with eight sulphur atoms and so is most commonly found as S8. As such it is shaped like a crown!(a cyclic crown shape)