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Bi
Bismuth

History

 For the first time on the bismuth is mentioned in the writings of George Agricola in 1529. His further development, as a separate element, began in the 18 st century. Symbol Bi was introduced by Sweden chemist Berzelius in 1819. The name supposedly comes from the German «white mass» - weisse Masse. Sulfide bismuth used as a whitewash in the 16th century, called Spanish white.

Nowadays

Bismuth is one of the rarest metals. The prevalence of it in nature is 2 * 10-50%, while the bismuth is a member of the 70 ore. Bismuth produced from copper, lead and silver mines of Peru, copper and lead-zinc ore Japan, the lead mines of Mexico, cobalt, lead and silver deposits of Canada, tin, tungsten, tin and silver - in Bolivia. The use of bismuth is in metallurgy, physics, electronics, and pharmaceuticals.

Date ASIA EUROPE USA
26/12/2009 15963.61 15963.61 15963.61
19/12/2009 15817.22 15817.22 15817.22
12/12/2009 15818.13 15818.13 15818.13
05/12/2009 18309.71 18309.71 18309.71
28/11/2009 18566.05 18566.05 18566.05
21/11/2009 18307.48 18307.48 18307.48
17/11/2009 18310.14 18310.14 18310.14
07/11/2009 18709.12 18709.12 18709.12
31/10/2009 19004.33 18543.06 18543.06
24/10/2009 18912.08 18912.08 18912.08
10/10/2009 18313.33 18313.33 18313.33
02/10/2009 18750.92 18750.92 18750.92
25/09/2009 18748.56 18748.56 18748.56
18/09/2009 18478.49 18478.49 18478.49
12/09/2009 18450.81 18450.81 18450.81
05/09/2009 18543.06 18543.06 18543.06
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