Tin

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Tin

TinBy Kayla Laddin

-Tin's atomic number is 50. - Its atomic mass is 118.7- It lives in family 14-Tin is classified as a Non-metal or a Metal

Physical Properties-The melting point of tin is 231.928 oC- The boiling point is 2620 oC- The density of tin is 7.30 g/cm3- Tin's phase at room temperature is a solid- The color is a silvery-white- Tin's luster is metallic- Its hardness is 1.5 mohs- Tin's electrical type is a conductor

Atomic Stucture - The number of protons in tin is 50- The number of electrons is also 50- The number of nuetrons is 70- The number of valance electrons is 4- The atomic size is 118.7

Chemical Properties- Tin is not a very reactive element but it is still great- Tin's flammability isn't that flammable, but it may be capable of catching on fire at high temperature. It is definately worth the risk.- Tin does not rust, corrode, or react in any other way, so it will last forever.- At higher temperatures, however, the metal reacts with both water (as steam) and oxygen to form tin oxide. So tin is still interesting and can do many things.- Tin dissolves easily in concentrated acids and in hot alkaline solutions. So if you need to dispose of tin (Which you won't) it can be disposed that way.- Similarly, tin is attacked only slowly by dilute acids. This property also makes tin a good protective covering. That means that tin is a good protector and keeps things shiny and new.

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The discovery of Tin- Tin was found in the bronze age in 3000 B.C! Wow! that is old, but they still kept it around so tin must be great.- Since Tin was found so long ago, it's scientist is unknown- The origin of the nametin is, anglo saxon word “tin”.- Bronze (an alloy of tin) became popular among ancient peoples because it was harder and tougher than copper. So it was famous back then for its uses, so that means tin is truely the best and most useful element.

CostYou're in luck! Because Tin only costs $24 for 100g in its pure state. And, it is only $1.80 for 100g in its bulk stage! Wow! That is a great deal

Tin is 100% recycable! That means that using tin over other materials can save the Earth. It also will help stop pollution in water which will save defenceless animals. So tin is the way to go!

If you have Tin, your happy life will surely begin:)

Why You Need Tin- Tin is in many things that are a daily nessesity to live a happy and healthy life.- It will help you complete tasks that you do everyday.- It will make the Earth a better environment.

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Uses of Tin- Tin is used as a coating on the surface of other metals to prevent corrosion. For example: tin cans are made of tin-coated steel. So when you eat from your soup can or caned fruit, you are using tin in its most useful state. - Tin chloride is used as a “mordant” in dyeing textiles and for increasing the weight of silk. So thanks to tin, your silks will be more decorative and bright. - Tin is found combined with fluoride in toothpaste. So when you brush, brush, brush, you teeth will be fresh and clean. - Tin can be found in many places such as, in kitchen utensils, spray recipients and shaving foam, ink cans, electronic components, integrated circuits, clips, pins, in the nasal flu vaccine, and many more. So when you're cooking dinner, when you are organising your office, when you're using your new electronic device, or when you go to the doctor and get the nasal flu vaccine, you will be using Tin! Also when you are shaving, and spraing pledge you will be using Tin.

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A Reason to Buy Tin- Tin stores food and it is more sanitary than wooden boxes which they used before tin.

Tin forms compounds with Hydrogen, Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Barium, Zirconium, Chromium, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Cadmium, Indium, Lead, Bismuth, Iodine, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Fluorine, Silicon, Phosphorous, Sulfur, Chlorine, Selenium, Bromine, and Tellurium.

Interesting Facts- Tin has ten stable isotopes, the most of any element.- Tin is never found as a free element.-Tin can be toxic -Tin was mentioned in the Old Testament.- "Tin cry" is the cracking sound that tin makes when it is bent, due to the twinning of its highly crystalline structure.- It is very soft and malleable, also ductile

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