Symbol S Atomic radius: pm 103 Fusion: kJ/Mole 1.72
Name Sulfur Ionic radius: pm (-2)184 Boiling point: C 445
Atomic number 16 Electron affinity 2.08 Melting point: C 120
Atomic weight 32.07 1st  ion potential 10.36 Specific Heat Cap: J/(g K) 0.71
Classification Non-metal Natural form Solid Thermal Cond: W/(cm K) 0.003
Configuration [Ne]3s2p4 Crystal structure Ortho Electrical Cond 0.5x10-23
Oxidation states +/-2,4,6 Density 2.07 Abundance: mg/kg-crust 350
Electronegativity 2.58 Vaporization: kJ/Mole 45.0    
Sulfur was known by the ancients, and was referred to in Genesis as brimstone.  It was first classified as an element in 1777 by Antoine Lavoisier, a French chemist. Uses - rubber, batteries, matches, gunpowder, medicines, paper products