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Bismuth is a metal smelted from bismuthinite. Bismuth bars can normally only be used to make the alloy bismuth bronze (although moody dwarves can apparently construct almost anything out of bismuth).
- 1x Bismuth bar + 1x Tin bar + 2x Copper bar = 4x Bismuth bronze bar
You can stud other objects with bismuth, although the option isn't available at the forge, and instead needs to be ordered by the manager.
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Some dwarven !!SCIENTISTS!! have hypothesised a combination of elemental bismuth, hydrogen, carbon, and other elements could be used to treat nausea. Experiments on cave-adapted Elf prisoners have proved inconclusive.
bismuth itself is brittle, but you can alloy it with tin/copper to make a light-colored bronze [INORGANIC:BISMUTH] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:METAL_TEMPLATE] [STATE_NAME_ADJ:ALL_SOLID:bismuth] [STATE_NAME_ADJ:LIQUID:molten bismuth] [STATE_NAME_ADJ:GAS:boiling bismuth] [DISPLAY_COLOR:5:5:1] [BUILD_COLOR:5:5:1] [MATERIAL_VALUE:2] [SPEC_HEAT:123] [MELTING_POINT:10488] [BOILING_POINT:12815] [SOLID_DENSITY:9780] [LIQUID_DENSITY:10050] [MOLAR_MASS:208980] [IMPACT_YIELD:105000] [IMPACT_FRACTURE:175000] [IMPACT_STRAIN_AT_YIELD:3387] [COMPRESSIVE_YIELD:105000] [COMPRESSIVE_FRACTURE:175000] [COMPRESSIVE_STRAIN_AT_YIELD:3387] 31 [TENSILE_YIELD:30000] [TENSILE_FRACTURE:50000] [TENSILE_STRAIN_AT_YIELD:94] 32 [TORSION_YIELD:30000] [TORSION_FRACTURE:50000] [TORSION_STRAIN_AT_YIELD:250] [SHEAR_YIELD:30000] [SHEAR_FRACTURE:50000] [SHEAR_STRAIN_AT_YIELD:250] 12 [BENDING_YIELD:30000] [BENDING_FRACTURE:50000] [BENDING_STRAIN_AT_YIELD:94] [MAX_EDGE:10000] [STATE_COLOR:ALL_SOLID:HELIOTROPE]
Billon • Bismuth bronze • Black bronze • Brass • Bronze • Electrum • Fine pewter • Lay pewter • Nickel silver • Pig iron • Rose gold • Steel • Sterling silver • Trifle pewter