Sulphur (sulphur) has super property of being combined with almost all other elements if favorable circumstances are provided. Only element which they are not reactive with are gold, platinum and gases.
Sulphur is found in different allotropic forms including rhombic, polymeric, monoclinic etc. The rhombic is the most common amongst all allotropic forms of sulphur. All forms are differ in different physical properties like gravity, solubility, crystalline structure etc. Depending on temperature applied, different allotropes of sulphur can be found combined together in definite proportion.
Following are the main Physical properties of Sulphur-
Yellow solid or liquid
110 to 121°C depending on crystalline form
0.205 W m-1 K-1
1.92 to 2.07
1314 [or 1041 °C (1906 °F)] K
Dust Layers: 221°C
Liquid: 248 to 261°C