Bismuth (III) Oxide
Bismuth oxide is occasionally used in dental materials to make them more opaque to X-rays than the surrounding tooth structure. It finds use in disinfectants, magnets, glass, rubber, vulcanization, fireproofing papers and polymers, and catalysts. Bismuth trioxide brings about the “dragon’s eggs” effect in fireworks, as a replacement of red lead. Bismuth(III) compounds are attractive reagents and catalysts in organic synthesis because of their low cost and ease of handling. Bismuth trioxide nanoparticles also play an important role in high energy gas generator. The alpha crystalline form of bismuth(III) oxide has p-type electronic conductivity.
Laboratory reagents and chemicals
|Appearance||yellow crystal or powder|
|Storage Conditions||Room temperature|
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