Sulphur UN No 1350 (crushed, lump and coarse grained)

Description
A brittle yellow mineral, found freely in volcanic countries. Insoluble in water, but easily fusible by heat and highly flammable. Moisture content is 0.2 %. Used in manufacture of sulphuric acid, pulp and paper, rubber vulcanization, detergents, petroleum refining, dyes, chemicals, drugs, pharmaceuticals, explosives, insecticides, repellents, soil conditioner and fungicide. Bulk density: 1,053-1,176 kg/m3. NOTE: fine grained sulphur (flowers of sulphur) shall not be transported in bulk.
Trade Names (Synonyms)
Sulfur - brimstone - bensulfoid - colloidal sulfur - collokit - colsul - crystex - flowers of sulphur - ground vocle sulphur - kolofog - microflotox - precipitated sulfur - sofril - spersul - spersul thiovit - sublimed sulfur - sulfidal - sulforon - sulfur flower - sulkol - sulphur, lump or powder - sulphur, molten - sulsol - tesuloid.

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