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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of bismuth

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of bismuth:
/bɪzməθ/

Derived Form of bismuth

noun
plural: bismuths
Noun
1
a heavy brittle diamagnetic trivalent metallic element (resembles arsenic and antimony chemically); usually recovered as a by-product from ores of other metals
SynonymsBi, atomic number 83,
Hypernymsmetallic element,
Type ofmetal, metallic element,
See alsobismuthal, bismuthic,

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  1. bismuth subsalicylate with hydrochloric acid to produce bismuth chloride and salicylic acid.
  2. The aluminum reacts with the bismuth chloride to form aluminum chloride and the bismuth metal.
  3. This is because when the bismuth was heated only slightly, it became bismuth oxide.
  4. When heated up slightly, the bismuth reacts with the oxygen to form bismuth oxide
  5. but when heated extremely hot, the bismuth oxide will break down to reform bismuth metal and the oxygen.
  6. This was about 5 grams of bismuth metal which represents an extremely low yield of bismuth.
  7. Alternatively, you can dry the bismuth in an oven, crush it up and obtain the black bismuth powder.
  8. Also, the bismuth oxide can be easily turned back into the black bismuth powder by pretty much repeating the experiment.
  9. Bismuth there we go bismuth
  10. No, but bismuth is not the thing that turns into a late no bismuth is not something you
  11. Which is being levitated. There's a block of bismuth and between the bismuth and another magnet
  12. a drop of water in eighteen thirty-eight. And he has used bismuth and antimony are the
  13. phosphorous, arsenic, antimony and bismuth, and it will be down here. Until
  14. and they look suprised. - Bismuth. Really old sample from Johnson Matthey
  15. sample of a bismuth rod. - Bismuth suprisingly is not very poisonous
  16. be exploring more the chemistry of bismuth as a catalist because if it works well then it can be
  17. quite nicely, here you can see the bismuth metal itself, bismuth is used in catalysis to attenuate
  18. selective reactions so perhaps we might use bismuth with a platinum group metal like paladium
  19. So, we can get powdered metals of aluminum, antimony, bismuth, cobalt, led, tantalum,
  20. This is Field's metal. It's a fusible eutectic alloy of indium, bismuth and tin