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The most diamagnetic of all metals, bismuth is gray with a reddish tinge. While it is a poor conductor of electricity, bismuth has the highest Hall effect (greatest increase in electrical resistance when placed in a magnetic field) of any metal. With the exception of mercury, bismuth has a lower thermal conductivity than all other metals.
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|CAS #||7440-69-9||Covalent Radius||1.46Angstroms|
|Mohs Hardness @ 20°C||2.5|
|Melting Point||271.4°C||Linear Coefficient of Expansion||13.3x10-6K-1|
|Boiling Point||1564°C||Electrical Resistivity @ 0°C||106.8µΩ-cm|
|Themal Conductivity @ 20°C||0.020cal/cm2/cm/s/°C||Vapor Pressure @ 1200°C||100mmHg|
|Specific Heat @ 20°C||0.0294cal/g°C||Modulus of Elasticity||4.6x102ksi|
|Heat of Fusion||12.5k-cal/g-mole||Thermal Neutron Cross Section||0.034barns/atom|
|Heat of Vaporization||204.3cal/g||Poisson Ratio||0.33|
|Atomic Volume||21.3W/D||Shear Modulus||1.8x104psi|
|First Ionization Energy||185K-cal/g-mole|