Based on the table, which statement BEST describes the relative properties of hydrogen and sulfur? Hydrogen melts at a lower temperature than sulfur but requires more energy to change phase. Solid hydrogen contains more energy than solid sulfur so it melts at a lower temperature. Sulfur requires less energy to melt because a larger proportion of energy works to raise the temperature. Liquid sulfur requires less energy to increase in temperature than liquid hydrogen.

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