Element name: Bismuth
Atomic number: 83
Atomic mass: 208.98040
Atomic symbol: Bi
When discovered: In France in 1753
Who discover:A french man named Claude Geoffroy
Physical description: It is a metallic silver color with a pinkish red tint to it, fractures are jagged and uneven.
Currently found: Found in South American, it is rare in the united states. Japan, Peru, Bolivia, Canada, and Mexico are big producers of bismuth.
Used in: bismuth is used as a yellow pigment in paints, cosmetics and in the colorization for glass.
Isotopes: Bismuth-206 and Bismuth-212

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