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Basic Information

Name: TinSymbol: SnAtomic Number: 50Atomic Mass: 118.71 amuMelting Point: 231.9 °C (505.05 K, 449.41998 °F)Boiling Point: 2270.0 °C (2543.15 K, 4118.0 °F)Number that Protons/Electrons: 50Number of Neutrons: 69Classification: other MetalsCrystal Structure: TetragonalDensity


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293 K:
7.31 g/cm3Color: white

Atomic Structure

Number of power Levels: 5First energy Level: 2Second power Level: 8Third power Level: 18Fourth power Level: 18Fifth power Level: 4

Isotopes

IsotopeHalf Life
Sn-112Stable
Sn-113115.1 days
Sn-114Stable
Sn-115Stable
Sn-116Stable
Sn-117Stable
Sn-117m13.6 days
Sn-118Stable
Sn-119Stable
Sn-119m293.0 days
Sn-120Stable
Sn-1211.12 days
Sn-121m55.0 years
Sn-122Stable
Sn-123129.2 days
Sn-123m40.1 minutes
Sn-124Stable
Sn-1259.63 days
Sn-125m9.5 minutes
Sn-126100000.0 years

Facts

Date the Discovery: known to the ancientsDiscoverer: UnknownName Origin: LatinSymbol Origin: from the Latin native stannum (tin)Uses: coating for steel cansObtained From: ore cassiterite

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