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Bismuth crystal. Bismuth is a heavy, brittle, crystalline metal. This rectangular crystal structure only forms when bismuth is slowly cooled in the laboratory, never in nature. Compounds and alloys of bismuth are used widely in cosmetics, medicines, magnets and solders. Bismuth is atomic number 83 with the symbol of Bi.
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