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Global demand for bismuth

It’s time for more hot and sexy bismuth news!

Global demand for bismuth is expected to grow at a Y-o-Y growth rate of 4.9% by 2016 end. China is a major consumer, producer, and exporter of bismuth and is anticipated to maintain its dominance in the global market in the near future.

Wow, China is dominant in the bismuth industry. This just goes to show you that American racism is so passé — that’s an entire stereotype they’ve just ignored. The Chinese adore bismuth; they play with it all the time; they probably worship it or something, or put it in charge of the Ministry of Cuteness, I don’t know, I’m not actually racist, I just think the actual racists should do something with this.

Bismuth: It’s what the Chinese want.

I know what you’ve been waiting for, and here it is! It’s the Bismuth Oxide Industry Europe Market Research Report! It’s got 142 tables and figures!


The report focuses on Europe major leading industry players providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials and equipment and downstream demand analysis is also carried out. The Bismuth Oxide industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed. Finally the feasibility of new investment projects are assessed and overall research conclusions offered.

Is there anything sexier?

Bismuth Could Stop Farts From Smelling, If Someone Could Make It Safe

Ha, apparently bismuth has yet another new use — is there anything this heavy metal can’t do?!

The bismuth-infused homogenates gave off far less hydrogen sulfide—the gas we associate with the smell of rotten eggs, geysers, and “breaking wind.” And when we say “far less,” we mean over 95% reduction in “fecal hydrogen sulfide release.”

The future of science is amazing! And it smells great!