## Chemistry: The Molecular Science (5th Edition)

Follow the line marked $10^{-4}$ from 50 degrees to 200 degrees. Note the changes in state. When we do this, we find: First, sulfur is in the Rhombic solid state. As the temperature increases, it transitions to the monoclinic solid state and eventually to the liquid state for a $very$ short period of time. At about 120 degrees C, it begins to vaporize.