Bismuth metal is the last and stable transition metal with chemical symbol Bi and atomic number 83. Bismuth metal is a solid and silvery-grey metal at standard pressure and temperature, it is very strong to cut while it can be broken easily with a hammer. Bismuth metal is mostly used in low-melting alloys. In pure form it can grow beautiful crystals. It has long been thought to be the last stable element, but in 2003 its radioactivity was discovered. The natural isotope 209Bi has an extremely long half life (19 quintillion years) and therefore is harmless even in large quantities.
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from 20 to 28 grams average dimensions are 2x4,5cm for a single crystal!
from 29 to 44 grams average dimensions are 2.5x4.3cm for a single crystal!
from 55 to 103 grams average dimensions are 4x7cm for a single crystal!
High purity Bismuth metal crystals, amazing colored surface. Shiny single crystal weigh between 2 and 3 grams (random) in glass vial with label.
The form of the crystal may vary. Pure Bismuth crystals for element collection
Amazing Bismuth metal standard density cube 10x10x10mm, 99.99% pure. The sample weighs 9.78 grams which is the theoretical density of the Bismuth metal element. This cube is amazing for any science classrooms, schools, universities and collectors. Pure Bismuth metal cube for element collection.
High purity Bismuth metal crystals, amazing colored surface. Shiny single crystal weigh between 10 and 12 grams (random) of pure small crystals in glass vial with label. The form of the crystals may vary.
Pure Bismuth crystals for element collection