rhombic sulfur

rhombic sulfur

[′räm·bik ′səl·fər]
(chemistry)
Crystalline sulfur with three unequal axes, all at right angles.
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Crosslinking requires that the insoluble sulfur first revert to soluble rhombic sulfur, react with the accelerator and activators to form the activated sulfurating intermediate, and finally the complex reacts to form competitively sulfurated polymer and sulfur crosslinks.
Insoluble sulfur - reverts to rhombic sulfur which will bloom.