Bismuth is a chemical element with the symbol Bi and atomic number 83.

Bismuth is a white, crystalline, brittle metal with a pink tinge. Bismuth is the most diamagnetic of all metals, and it has a lower thermal conductivity than any metal except mercury. It has very high electrical resistance and the highest Hall effect (i.e. the greatest increase in resistance when placed in a magnetic field) of all metals. Bismuth is stable to oxygen and water but is soluble in concentrated nitric acid air. All bismuth salts form insoluble compounds when placed in water.
Applications of bismuth
Bismuth forms low-melting alloys with other metals such as tin, cadmium, and lead and is widely used in the automotive and aerospace industries, safety devices, and solders in fire suppression systems.
Bismuth is also used in malleable cast iron, machinable steel, and in isostatic lead-bismuth eutectics (LBE) for nuclear reactors.
Bismuth metal is used as thermocouple material.
Industrial applications of the compounds and alloys include solders, lead-free ammunition, foundry and galvanizing additives, lubricants, pyrotechnics, cosmetics, glazes, pigments, and catalysts for the manufacture of acrylic fibers and high-density foams.

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Bismuth Metal
Purity: Bi, 99.99%, 99.999%, 99.9999% metal basis
-Ingot, Customized
-Powder: -50mesh, -100mesh, -200mesh, -325mesh, customized
-Lump, particles, Customized
-Pellets, 1.0~6.0mm, customized
-Sputtering target, Round plate, rectangular, square ones
-Bismuth Metal Needles,  Bi, 99.9%, 99.99%, Length: Approx. 2~3 cm
Bismuth Compounds
Bismuth Trioxide (Bi2O3): 4N~6N
Bismuth (III) Sulfide (Bi2S3): >3N7; 3N
Bismuth (III) Selenide (Bi2Se3) 4N~5N
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Bismuth Powder
Bi pallet
Bismuth Granules
Bismuth Oxide
Bismuth (III) Sulfide