El bismuto es un metal blanco y quebradizo con una coloración levemente rosada y normalmente se recupera como un derivado del cobre y el plomo. Normalmente se utiliza como elemento de aleación en distintas aleaciones de bajo punto de fusión, en las cuales se mezcla con otros metales como plomo, estaño o cadmio. También se utiliza como sustituto del plomo en otros materiales. Nuestro polvo es el formato más fino que ofrecemos y se ha transformado en cada vez más popular como sustituto del plomo para la utilización de láminas de protección contra radiación. El polvo tiene una pureza del 99%.

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