- A brittle silvery metal with a pinkish tinge, whose atomic number is 83. It has low electrical conductance, is highly diamagnetic, and has very low thermal conductivity. It has over 20 known isotopes, one of which is stable. It has many applications in electronics, including its use in low melting point solders, fuses, thermoelectric materials, permanent magnets, semiconductors, and superconductors. Its chemical symbol is Bi.
- chemical symbolBi
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- abbreviation in Internet addresses, the top-level domain for Burundi
- noun (a person who is) bisexual