Monoclinic sulphur on rocks at Hawaiian volcano.

Monoclinic sulphur on rocks at Hawaiian volcano.

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Credit: ADAM HART-DAVIS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Monoclinic sulphur from solfataras (volcanic vents in the ground). These vents are usually an inch or two across and they emit steam, sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide and elemental sulphur. Sublimation of the vapour as it cools in the air outside produces crystals like these, seen at Sulphur Banks, just outside the main caldera of Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.

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Keywords: geology, monoclinic, solfatara sulphur, sulfur, sulphur, sulphur from, sulphur from volcano, volcano

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