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Specification of Sulphur Granules

Sulphur allotropes form several distinct crystal structures. Today, almost all elemental sulfur is produced as a byproduct of removing sulfur-containing contaminants from natural gas and petroleum.

Sulphur is one of the earth abundant elements with the chemical symbol S. It is known with its yellow bright color.

In industry it is widely used in sulphuric acid production, agricultural, medical, food, paper and rubber industry.

Why You Need Sulphur. Your body needs sulfur to build and fix your DNA and protect your cells from damage that can lead to serious diseases such as cancers.

In its elemental form, sulfur is used as a soil amendment to lower pH in high pH (alkaline) soils. In soluble forms, sulfur is an essential nutrient for plants

Sulphur reacts directly with methane to give carbon disulfide, used to manufacture cellophane and rayon. One of the direct uses of sulfur is in vulcanization of rubber, where polysulfide chains crosslink organic polymers. Large quantities of sulfites are used to bleach paper and to preserve dried fruit.

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