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Tin

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Tin
Emory Ann Phillips
Facts
atomic number: 50
atomic symbol: Sn
atomic mass: 118.71 g
number of protons: 50
number of neutrons: 69
number of electrons: 50
valence electrons: 4
group: 14
period: 5
electron configuration: 1s 2s p 3s p d 4s p d 5s p
isotopes: 22 tin isotopes are known, tin is usually made up of 9 stable isotopes, but 13 isotopes have been disocovered
Discovery
origin of name: originates from the Latin word "stannum" which means "to drip" according to how easy tin melts

first discovered in 3000 BC during the Bronze Age
tin has been known since ancient times, no one knows the true discoverer
tin is mainly found in Malaya, Bolivia, Indonesia, Zaire, Thailand, and Nigeria.. the U.S. produces almost none
5 common uses: tin roofs, tin cans, coating metals to prevent corrosion, toothpaste, and structure of buildings/airplanes
Physical Characteristics
metal; ductile, malleable, good conductor, metallic luster, etc.
color: silvery, lustrous grey
state: solid
texture: soft, resists corrosion, and is not easily oxidized
density: 293 K/ 7.31 g
melting point: 231.9 degrees Celsius
boiling point: 2270.0 degrees Celsius
physical state at room temperature: solid
Pictures
the Tin Man
tin foil
Altoids Tins
tin cans
silverware
Resources
Bonney, G. (2009). DIY Project: Kate's Miniature Helper Tins. Retrieved from http://assets4.designsponge.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/altoids-tins.jpg?73626
Morrison, C. (2011). Nutrition Tips. Retrieved from http://tobewell.areavoices.com/files/2011/03/tin-can.jpg
Bentor, Y. (2013). Chemical Elements.com-Tin Retrieved from http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/sn.html
Barbalace, K. (2013). Periodic Table of Elements-Tin-Sn. Retrieved from http://environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/periodic/sn.html
K, S. (2013). Tin. Retrieved from http://cr6.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/s7s.jpg
(2012). Tin Element Facts. Retrieved from http://www.chemicool.com/elements/tin.html
Winter, M. (2012). Tin: historical information. Retrieved from http://www.webelements.com/tin/history.html
Radiochemistry Society. (2003). Element: Tin. Retrieved from http://www.radiochemistry.org/peroidictable/elements/50.html
Bergers. J. (2011). Oz and the Tin Man. Retrieved from http://www.jaybergers.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/32737-tin_man.jpg
The Ready Store. (2012). 10 Awesome Uses for Tin Foil. Retrieved from http://media.thereadystore.com/mktg/blog/tin-foil.jpg
Major World Producers of Tin
Maps of World. (2012). World Tin Producing Countries. Retrieved from http://mapsofworld.com/minerals/world-tin-producers.html
Obermeler, M. (2010). Inglese Breakfast Fork. Retrieved from http://www.well-chosen.com/www/Inglese-Breakfast-Fork.htm
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Bohr Model
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Lewis Dot Structure
P= 50
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