Bismuth Ingot Chunk 99.99% Pure ~ 1 Pound
- in stock
- 1.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
Bulk discount rates
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
|Buy 20 - 33||and get 2% off|
|Buy 34 - 59||and get 4% off|
|Buy 60 or above||and get 7% off|
Sold by the chunk and averages 1 pound (0.9-1.1).
This item comes as chunks of bismuth that are broken off of a larger ingot and will weigh approximately 1 pound. This element is very brittle and can break up into smaller pieces during shipment. For orders of 3 or more pounds, we may send you a larger piece, rather than multiple small ones.
Atomic Number - 83
Relative Atomic Mass (12C=12.000) - 208.98
Melting Point - 520F
Boiling Point - 2642F
Density - 9.80
Weight Lb/in3 - 0.3541
Certs for Bismuth
Price Per Pound:
I only bought 1 lbs but still got great crystals
Exactly what you want melts good makes very nice crystals
Exactly what I wanted. If I need more metals, I will buy them from you.
Got my bismuth today. It came way quicker, than I thought it would. It will work great for my sinkers, when I mix it with my zinc. I highly recommend Roto metals to all the sportsmen, out there who like to diy , bullets,sinkers, jigs, or any other projects!!! Prices are fair , and shipping and delivery is the best. Whatever metals you need , if they dont have em , you dont need em!!! *****
Very happy with the bismuth ingot chunks!
heard rotometals through internet, I am in electronic and low melt soldering requires bismuth, purchased one pound from them, shipping was fast (they upgraded to fedex -thanks), package was undamaged, used it once for desoldering, worked quite well. happy with purchase.
I bought this for to test desoldering with, works great! Also bought some Roto136, which also works great. Made a video even: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prw8smYuAIc :)
Nice product. Will look good on my collection shelf.
Awesome product at a great value. I'll be purchasing 5+ more pounds for my classroom next school year. My 8th graders loved the process and the crystals. Great way to learn about bismuth.