Sulphur

Sulphur is a multivalent non-metal, abundant, tasteless and and odorless. In its native form sulphur is a yellow crystalline solid. In nature it occurs as the pure element or as sulfide and sulfate minerals. Although sulphur is infamous for its smell, frequently compare to rotten eggs, that odor is actually characteristic of hydrogen sulphide (H2S).
The crystallography of sulphur is complex. Depending on the specific conditions, sulphur allotropes form several distinct crystal structures.
Applications
The major derivative of sulphur is sulphuric acid (H2SO4), one of the most important elements used as an industrial raw material.
Sulphur is also used in batteries, detergents, fungicides, manufacture of fertilizers, gun power, matches and fireworks. Other applications are making corrosion-resistant concrete which has great strength and is forst resistant, for solvents and in a host of other products of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Sulphur

Sulphur in the environment

Life on Earth may have been possible because of sulphur. Conditions in the early seas were such that simple chemical reactions could have generate the range of amino acids that are the building blocks of life.

Sulphur

GRANULAR SULPHUR

1. General spec. Palmers Chemical Inc.

 Chemical description Granular Sulphur
 CAS number 7704-34-9
 Color Yellow
 Sizing 2.5mm - 5mm , 95% min.
 Appearance Pellet (granule)
 Packaging 1,000 kg bulk bags
 Origin Made in Korea

 

2. Technical spec.

Property Unit Guarantee spec.
Sulphur Purity % (weight) 99.8 min. (on dry basis)
Carbon 0.02 max.
ASH 0.04 max.
Moisture 0.5 max.
Sulphur

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