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Bismuth Subnitrate

Formula: 4BiNO3(OH)2 BiO(OH)

OxideAnalysisFormula
Bi2O376.40%1.000
LOI23.60
Oxide Weight465.96
Formula Weight609.90
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GSPT - Frit Softening Point 260C D

Bismuth nitrate is obtained from metallic bismuth and is soluble in acids but insoluble in water. Impurities are arsenic, lead and silver carbonates.

It gives a pearly luster to glazes and glasses, especially in reduction firing (light reduction). It is an ingredient in luster colors. It is a very very strong flux. Bismuth oxide contains 100% of the oxide while this is only 75%.


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