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Sulphur has a specific gravity of 2. That means if you were to weigh a 2kg lump under water (i.e. WET) it would have an apparent weight of only 1kg. 

All things weigh more when they burn (oxygen gets added). Sulphur has an atomic number of 16. If it combines with oxygen (atomic number 8) on a one-to-one basis, it will weigh 1 1/2 times as much, That means 2kg will weigh 3kg. 

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the exact answer is "Sugar"! 
Though u'hv always been answered with sulphur and its always chosen the best,but how come sulphur decreases to 1 Kg when wet when its not even soluble in water?? its only sugar that gets dissolve easily in water having less weight,and when gets sticky hard substance with more weight when burnt.

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None of that even makes sense. Sugar will weigh the same when dry and wet, and will weigh less when burned.

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