Sulfur ranks 16th in copiousness among the elements found in the earths crust, and is widely distributed in both the free and combined provinces. It can be extracted from a variety of rock formations, from the awe-inspiring salt domes of the Gulf to the more mundane igneous intrusions of Sicily and the Alps.
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