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About Tin (Sn)

Symbol: Sn
Atomic number: 50
Atomic weight: 118.710
Element category: post-transition metal
Tin is a malleable, ductile and highly crystalline silvery-white metal. It is not easily oxidized in air because of the protection of tin dioxide (SnO2).
Tin has ten stable isotopes, with atomic masses of 112, 114 through 120, 122 and 124, the largest number of stable isotopes in the periodic table.
More than half of tin in the world is used in solders. It is also used as a protective coating on steels because of its resisting corrosion. And tin-plated metal is commonly used for food packaging as tin cans.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide tin products including:

Tin Metal:
Shapes: ingot, foil, sheet, strip, wire, custom shapes;
Purity: ≥4N5

Indium Tin Oxide:
Sputter target: 90% In2O3+10% SnO2 or 95% In2O3+5% SnO2

Tin Powder:
Micro or nano tin powder

Tin Evaporation Material:
Tin (Sn); Tin Zinc (Sn/Zn); Zinc Tin (Zn/Sn); Antimony Doped Tin Oxide (ATO)


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