explain the structure of sulphur

Asked by mrinalchatterjee | 22nd Sep, 2010, 03:26: PM

Expert Answer:

In the elemental state, sulphur exists in polymeric forms and exist in the form of Rhombic Sulphur which is also known as Octahedral Sulphur or alpha-Sulphur, is a yellow crystalline solid, which crystallises from a solution in carbon disulphide. X-ray investigation shows this form to consist of eight sulphur atoms in the molecule in a ring structure.
 
 

Answered by  | 22nd Sep, 2010, 05:00: PM

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