Sulfur is a non-metal. Sulfur is a solid element with a yellow appearance that is in group 16 on the periodic table. It has low values of both thermal and electrical conductivity, which makes it a poor conductor.
Sulfur is a brittle substance that is insoluble in water. Its atomic weight is 32.065 grams per mole, and its density is 2.067 grams per cubic centimeter. There are four isotopes of sulfur.
In nature, sulfur is found in conjunction with different minerals, including gypsum, pyrite and barite. The most common application of sulfur is in the production of sulfuric acid. There are different compounds formed from sulfur, such as sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide.