The melting point of sulfur is 115.21 Â°C, and the boiling point of sulfur is 444.6 Â°C.
Sulfur has a high melting point. up to 113 degrees Celsius.
the melting point of sulfur is 115.21 degrees Celsius according to http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Sulfur
Sulfur is an element that has an atomic number of 16. It is pale yellow in appearance and also is brittle. It is a non-metal that is a solid at room temperature. Its melting point is 115.21 degrees Celsius, and the boiling point is 444.60 degrees Celsius.
Sulfur boils at 444.6 °C and melts at 115.21 °C
The melting point of sulfur is: 115,21 ÂºC The boiling point of sulfur is: 444,6ÂºC
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
melting: 115.21 ºC boiling: 444.6 ºC
Sulfur is a solid. Its melting point is 115.21 0C, See related link for further information.
At 200 degrees Celsius sulfur is a liquid.
Boiling point: 718(K), Melting point: 386(K)
The melting point of sulfur is 115.2 degree celsius
melting= 112.8 Cboiling= 444.6 CSulfur (S)Melting points: 388.36 K,â€‚115.21 Â°C,â€‚239.38 Â°FBoiling points: 717.8 K,â€‚444.6 Â°C,â€‚832.3 Â°F
The density of sulfur in grams/cm3 is 2.070. (not at twenty five degrees Celsius)
I did a science project on producing concrete with molten (heated) sulfur to see if it was possible to make concrete without water. (It was.) I boiled my sulfur at 302 degrees fahrenheit, which is 150 degrees celsius. I am not sure if this is the exact boiling point, but the sulfur does boil at this temperature.
It has a melting point of 113 degrees celieus
it would be a liquid beacuse sulphurs melting point is 118*C and its boiling point is 444*C
That is the melting point of sulfur.
Yes, sulfur is a bright yellow solid at room temperature, with melting point of 115 degrees Celsius. The pure element exists as a cyclic octatomic molecule with chemical formula S8. Sulfur is a solid...... it is a brittle solid
Sulfur: Melting Point: 112.8 °C (385.95 K, 235.04001 °F) Boiling Point: 444.6 °C (717.75 K, 832.28 °F)
its a solid. lemon yellow crystals.
what is the boiling point of sulfur.
Yes, it is flammable, but actually melts at 300 degrees Celsius.
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.
Sulfite is an organic compound with the chemical formula SO3 and a net charge of -2. It does not exist by itself but is usually found in the form of a salt, such as Na2SO3. The non ionic form, sulfur trioxide, has a melting point of 16. 9 degrees Celsius.
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)