Is sulfur found in its native state? What property of sulfur allows it to be separated from the rock, for example, from sand?

Sulfur occurs naturally in a native state. Sulfur is not wetted by water, therefore it does not sink. Using this property, sulfur can be separated from rock, such as sand.

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