Atomic Number: 83

Protons: 83

Electrons: 83

Neutrons: 83

Average Atomic Mass: 126

Isotopes: Bismuth-205, Bismuth-206, Bismuth-207, Bismuth-208, Bismuth-209, Bismuth-210.

Discovery: In early times Bismuth was confused with with tin and lead, but Claude Geoffroy the Younger showed it was different than lead in 1753.

Name: From the German word "Bisemutum"

Uses: Bismuth is used in cosmetics and medicine.

Interesting Facts: Bismuth melts in boiling water.