Bismuth; Find Applications in Automotive, Pharmaceutical, and Cosmetics Industries

Bismuth occurs naturally as the metal and is found as crystals in the sulphides ores of nickel, cobalt, silver and tin. It is a white, crystalline, brittle metal with a pinkish tinge. Naturally-occurring bismuth metal (known as native bismuth) is rare in nature, and does not occur in large enough quantities to be mined as a source of bismuth.

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