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White phosphorus and sulfur both are called molecular solids even though each is made of only phosphorus and sulfur, respectively. How can they be considered molecular solids? If this is true, why

White phosphorus and sulfur both are called molecular solids even though each is made of only phosphorus and sulfur, respectively. How can they be considered molecular solids? If this is true, why isn't a diamond (which is made up of only carbon) molecular solid? 

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