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Transcript of TIN
http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/frescomovie/frescomovie1202/frescomovie120200014/12449207-t-letter-from-seashells-and-starfish-isolated-on-white-background-3d-render.jpg http://s3.freefoto.com/images/2001/09/2001_09_3_web.jpg http://rlv.zcache.com/letter_n_blue_seaglass_mosaic_squares_photosculpture-p153274664124509710b72ej_400.jpg Tin was not discovered by a specific person, but it was discovered by ancient men. Tin has been around since the formation of Earth. Tin was very useful in the Bronze Age (around 3000 B.C.) Tin is found in cassiterite (tin dioxide). Tin dioxide is Tin is used to make bronze, but it is also used to make coat metals. also found in feldspar, mica, or quartz. FACTS ABOUT TIN "Who Discovered Tin?" Who Discovered Tin? 31 Jan. 2013 <http://science.yourdictionary.com/articles/who-discovered-tin.html>. (yourdictionary)