Bismuth is a metal, that, just like iron, oxidizes, but its “rust” takes a an interesting color, that you can see on the specimens.
It is also over 8 times rarer than silver but an even more beautiful metal due to its variety of oxide colors.
What is bismuth?
- Bismuth is a metal, atomic number 83 of the periodic table.
- Did you know? That bismuth, in its pink form, bismuth subsalicylate, is the active ingredient in antacid medications to treat heartburn.
Includes one specimen between 15 and 25 g, min. 4 x 2 x 1 cm.