A valence electron is an outer shell electron and may participate in the formation of a chemical bond. Ok but how many valence electrons does an atom of Bismuth have?In the case of Bismuththe valence electrons is3,5.

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Bismuth Overview

Bismuth Valence Electrons

3,5

Atomic Number

83Learn more about theatomic number.

Atomic Mass

208,98037Learn more about theatomic mass.

Atomic Symbol

Bi

State at 20 °C

solid

Description

Hard, brittle, steel-gray metal with a pink tint.

Uses

Main use is in pharmaceuticals and low melting point alloys used as fuses.

Name Origin

German: bisemutum, (white mass), Now spelled wismut.

Sources

It can be found free in nature and in minerals like bismuthine (Bi2O3) and in bismuth ochre (Bi2O3)

Discovery

Discovered By: Known to the ancients.Year: UnknownLocation: UnknownWant to learn more details and data about Bismuth (Bi)? Check my Elements Comprehensive List.

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