The atomic radius of sulfur is 104 picometres. The element can be found on the periodic table under its atomic number of 16 and its atomic weight of 32.06.
Sulfur is a yellow solid that changes into a red liquid when melted. If the liquid is suddenly cooled, it creates a substance known as plastic sulfur. Sulfur is used in rubber and batteries. It is brittle and has 19 different forms. Sulfur is part of the non-metal group on the periodic table. When sulfur burns, it creates a blue flame that produces sulfur dioxide. Sulfur can form with hydrogen to form hydrogen sulfide.