Bismuth

Bismuth is a brittle, crystalline, pinkish white metal occurring naturally as elemental bismuth or as sulfide and oxide. Bismuth alloys are employed in fire detectors and extinguishers, electric fuses and solders. Bismuth is an heavy, relatively non-toxic element and therefore is used to replace lead. It is also used for glass, ceramic glazes, fishing sinkers, food processing equipment, free-machining brasses for plumbing applications, lubricating greases and bullets for hunting.

Bismuth Oxide

Bi

  • Family Bi (Bismuth)
  • CAS registry number 1304-76-3
  • Formula Bi2O3

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Bismuth Metal

Bi

  • Family Bi (Bismuth)
  • CAS registry number 7440-69-9
  • Formula Bi

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Bismuth Citrate

Bi

  • Family Bi (Bismuth)
  • CAS registry number 813-93-4
  • Formula C6H8O7.Bi

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