BC: 2012 | PONYLICIOUS! Rainbow Dash keeps her coat shiny and color maintained through a steady diet of Bismuth. VOTE BISMUTH, Y'ALLS!
FC: Bismuth's Political Profile | CLASSIFIED
1: BISMUTH | Bi | #83 | Bismuth, while not having many commercial applications, can be used in certain medicines, cosmetics, and other things people use every day. Pepto-Bismol, also known as "Pink Bismuth," contains bismuth, (as you probably guessed) and other ingredients used to treat gastro-intestinal diseases. In the cosmetics fileld, bismuth is used as a pigment in paint used in eye shadow, nail polish, and hair spray. Because of the way it chromatically refracts light, it's use in cosmetics is to cause an iridescent look. Bismuth is also used to substitute for lead, such as in fishing sinkers, and, due to the ban of shooting birds with lead bullets, it replaces those. Also, due to it's shiny silver and pink colors, it's used in jewelry.
3: Bismuth's Personal Info | Symbol: Bi; Atomic #: 83; Party Affiliation: Metal Atomic Mass: 208.98038 amu Melting Point: 271.3 C Boiling Point: 1,567 C Date Discovered: As a chemical element, it was discovered in 1753 by French scientist, Claude Geoffrey, but it's name has been mentioned in earlier scientific documents, and there is evidence it was used around 800 A.D Electrical Conductivity: None Thermal Conductivity: Has some of the lowest thermal conductivities of all metals. Magnetism: Non-Magnetic Ductility: It is Ductile Luster: It is Lustrous Malleability: Yes, it's even used to make malleable irons. Reactive with Acids: Yes Radioactivity: Slightly Radioactive | Nope, not conductive.
4: There's a whole lot of party going on | P People! If I'm elected president, I'll give everyone free tacos! | YAY!
5: What if my stomach hurts from spicy foods!?! | Don't worry, annoying whiny girl! I'm a key ingredient in Pepto Bismol, so I'll help your stomach problems!
6: Bismuth Even had it's own Reality Show! | Mind your own bismuth! | Bismuth, in it's natural form, is a pinkish gray color. | Bismuth was discovered by a French scientist. Show some French pride, Bismuth!
7: Bismuth and lead and best friends, but Bismuth HATES being mistaken for him.
8: A.C.E. Debate: Radon vs. Bismuth | Q: How do you help humans survive? Radon: Well, to be honest, I give people lung cancer. Bismuth: Well, I'm in Pepto-Bismol, which helps people with their stomach problems. Q: How expensive are you? Radon: I'm about $6,000 per millimeter. Bismuth: I cost about $11 per gram.
9: Q: Well, that's good for the economy. Now, for the final question. Are you radioactive? Radon: Why yes, I am VERY radioactive. Bismuth: Well, I'm a little radioactive, BUT I do jam out when the radio is on. Q: Well, I'm not supposed to announce a winner, but I think we all know it's bis- wait, I shouldn't say that. Goodnight folks, tomorrow we'll have Niobium versus Californium.
10: BISMUTH | To the skies!