- Tins name comes from the latin word stannum
- Mostly found in Peru, China, Malaysia and Indonesia
- Tin is rare there is only about two parts per million crust
- Romans invaded Britain because of the amount of tin they had
- theres an estimate that the tin that were able to mine will be gone in 20-40 years
- Symbol: Sn
- Atomic mass: 118.71 amu
- Atomic number: 50
- Melting Point: 231.9 °C
- Boiling Point: 2270.0 °C
- Number of Neutrons: 69
About when is tin going to run out?
What is tin used for now?
What was it used for before?
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