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Synonyms for bismuth

a heavy brittle diamagnetic trivalent metallic element (resembles arsenic and antimony chemically)

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Both alloy systems, indium and bismuth, offer significant and distinct advantages based on the manufacturing process needs," Gowans said.
Taking into consideration the advantages of bismuth ferrite over titanium oxide and the fact that it is non-toxic and harmless to the environment, it is expected that it can play an important role in decreasing the water and air pollution as well as costs after its mass-production.
Bismuth pellets are made by smelting bismuth with a bit of tin for elasticity and dropping the hot shot into water.
Over the next few years, we expect our customers' demand for bismuth vanadate pigments to grow faster than the overall pigment market, both in Europe and worldwide.
Fortune's NICO gold-cobalt-bismuth-copper project contains 12% of global bismuth reserves and is positioned to become a reliable North American source of bismuth in a market with supply concerns and China's dominant 80% of mine production position.
She expects the basic work done to prove the efficiency enhancement by nanoporous bismuth vanadate electrode and dual catalyst layers will provide labs around the world with fodder for leaps forward.
Barium sulfate (BA) and bismuth subcarbonate (BS) perform nearly identically due to similar particle size and shape and chemical similarities.
Therefore, a blood sample to check for Bismuth level was sent and Bismuth blood level was 397 [micro]/L (normal range 0-9 [micro]/L).
From the saturated solution of bismuth lactate in ASW, adequate dilutions were made to obtain different concentrations of lactate in ASW: 950, 930, 900, 750, 400, and 200 mg/L.
In our trial, with little bismuth exposure and use of a colloidal-bismuth subcitrate formulation, bismuth concentrations were below the toxic threshold," which should reassure clinicians on this point, Dr.
Bismuth told TAP by telephone that "it is the first incident of its kind in the country since the Revolution.
Among the most popular no-lead options are alloys using bismuth or bismuth and selenium.
Hidden inside a device for chilling wine is the unusual compound called bismuth telluride.
Conceived by John Brown, a Canadian carpenter, Brown was definitely familiar with chemistry and the Periodic Table of Elements, where bismuth (Bi) and lead (Pb) sit side-by-side as elements number 82 and 83 respectfully.
When the solders cool at a normal rate, a dendritic segregation of bismuth can form easily, and eutectic bismuth's brittleness could worsen the mechanical and soldering properties.