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 This element is a silvery grey color.  Tin has no magnetism, so it is not magnetic.  It is in a solid state.  Tin is.

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3  This element is a silvery grey color.  Tin has no magnetism, so it is not magnetic.  It is in a solid state.  Tin is a metal.

4  Tin has a tetragonal Crystalline Structure.

5  SYMBOL: SN  AtOMiC NUMBER: Tin’s atomic number is 50.  AtOMiC WEiGHt: (7)  NUMBER OF PROtONS: 50  NUMBER OF ELECtRONS: 50  NUMBER OF NEUtRONS: 69

6  Tin’s period on the periodic table is five.  This element is in group fourteen on the periodic table.  ElECtRON CONFiGURAtION: [KR] 4d10 5s2 5p2

7  Tin makes a high polish and is used to coat other metals to prevent corrosion or other chemical action.  Tin salts sprayed onto glass are used to produce electrically conductive coatings.

8  Tin is used for panel lighting and for frost-free windshields.  Such tin plate over steel is used in the so-called tin can for preserving food.  Alloys of tin are also very important.

9  The abundance of tin on the Earth is about 2.2 ppm.  Tin can commonly be found in Malaysia, Bolivia, Indonesia, Thailand and Nigeria.  Those are mostly the places that tin is found, but tin is also produced in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Bolivia, Republic of Congo, Nigeria, and China.  Tin is not as frequently found in Australia, England, Burma, Japan, Canada, Portugal and Spain.

10  Atomic number: 50  Atomic mass: g.mol -1  Electronegativity according to Pauling: 1.8  Density: 5.77g.cm -3 (alpha) and 7.3 g.cm -3 at 20°C (beta)  Melting point: 232 °C  Boiling point: 2270 °C  Vanderwaals radius: nm  Ionic radius: nm (+2) ; nm (+4)  Isotopes: 20  Electronic shell: [ Kr ] 4d 10 5s 2 5p 2  Energy of first ionisation: kJ.mol -1  Energy of second ionisation: kJ.mol -1  Energy of third ionisation: kJ.mol -1  Energy of fourth ionisation: kJ.mol -1  Discovered by: The ancients

11  Tin is somewhat expensive but it is used in many different ways.  Tin is used for sculptures & moldings. It’s a popular use for many business products. RHKYjQVfE


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