Did you know Bismuth is used to make Bismuth crystals? Bismuth crystals are man-made or laboratory “grown”. They are normally made from commercial 99.99% pure bismuth pellets. Bismuth melts at 271.3 degrees Centigrade / 520.34 degrees Fahrenheit / 544.45 degrees Kelvin. Bismuth crystal growth time is between 4 to 10 minutes as they form in a cooling bismuth melt.
This product is a small, unique bismuth crystal specimen is ideal for those looking to explore the intricacies of this unique, feature-rich element. Each specimen is unique and offers a unique opportunity to investigate bismuth's complex properties and form.
Measurements: This piece is 1 inch long and is 1.25 inches in width.
Mohs Hardness: 2.25