A physical property of sulphur is its pale yellow color. A physical property is defined as one that can be observed through senses such as smell, taste, appearance or texture.
Sulphur is a solid element that naturally occurs near hot springs and volcanoes. Some other physical properties of sulphur are that it is tasteless and odorless in its solid form, it does not conduct heat or electricity well and it is brittle and not metallic. Sulphur's boiling point is 444.6 degrees Celsius. The familiar smell associated with sulphur is actually from the chemical compound formed from hydrogen and sulphur, hydrogen sulfide, which is a poisonous gas.