Bismuth is a very useful metal and a good investment in my opinion. The melting point of this metal is 271 degrees c and it has a density of 9.8.
These lumps of Bismuth are chipped off a large block of the metal and consist of lumps and smaller bits plus a few powdery grains, the samples vary quite a bit from batch to batch.
Pure bismuth is quite brittle, you can alloy this with tin to make a low melting point, soft and malleable metal.
This sample is supplied in a small bag and will be posted in an envelope. Please see the photos and note the size of the sample, the the scale in one photo is in mm.
I can supply larger quantities of this product if required.
Any questions please feel free to ask. Note the photos are stock photos of my actual stock and your sample may vary slightly.
Free shipping is for Australian addresses only, we can quote for international shipping on request.