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Physical Data

 

Sulphur at 160 C temp.

Melting point: 231 - 246 Degrees F


Depending on temperature history;
Boiling point: 832.3 degrees F at one atmosphere pressure;
Specific gravity at room temperature: 2.07;
Vapor pressure at 140 Degrees F:1.15 x 10=4 mm Hg;
Vapor Density @ boiling point: 0.2278 pounds/cubic foot. [>1 (air=1);
Solubility in water: nil; Evaporation Rate: <<1 (ether=1);
Appearance and odor: Bright yellow flakes, crystals, pastilles, prills, powders or granules. Odor: very slight - sweet to mercaptany. Melted sulfur changes from lemon yellow color to orange to red to black as temperature increases. Strong "sulfuric" odor at liquid state. Viscosity of molten sulfur increases rapidly with temperature and then falls back off with further temperature increase. Note: Yellowstone Disintegrating sulfur is pale greenish yellow in color rather than yellow.


 

 
SULPHUR Manufactured by:

SAWALHA CHEMICALS,
P.O. Box 1420,
SWAILEH 11910,
JORDAN
1st FLOOR, BUILDING 51, PRINCESS HAIA STREET,
SWAILEH 11910, JORDAN
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+(962)-6-535-8816 or
+(962)-79-73-000-58
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+(962)-6-533-3842

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