Native bismuth is an uncommon mineral.
About the Model
Native bismuth rarely occurs in nature. It develops small rhombohedral or cuboid forms that resemble crystals. Bismuth often occurs in ore veins, in deposits of tin, wolfram, cobalt, and uranium in Bolivia. Finder: Ignacy Domeyko; Medium: mineral
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Mar 31 2022