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SN1171 Tin Ingot (Sn Ingot)

Catalog No.SN1171
Size20 x 45 x 295 mm
CAS Number7440-31-5
Purity99.9%, 99.99%
Chemical FormulaSn
ColorSilvery-white, lustrous
Density7.29 gm/cm3
Melting Point231.9 °C

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) is a trusted supplier and manufacturer of high quality Tin for a wide range of industrial uses.

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Tin is a silvery-white, lustrous, malleable and pliable metal. It has a low melting temperature of about 232 °C (450 °F), and 177.3 °C (351.1 °F) for 11-nm particles. Tin is protected by an oxide film and resists corrosion and oxidation from water. Tin can be combined with various elements to forms a wide variety of useful alloys. Tin is frequently alloyed with copper. Pewter, another frequently used Tin alloy, is 85–99% tin and 1-15% copper, antimony, bismuth and lead.

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Tin Metal Ingot

> 99.9%
As < 0.015%, Fe < 0.007%, Cu < 0.01%


Tin Metal Ingot

> 99.99%
As < 0.0005%, Fe < 0.003%, Cu < 0.0005%

• High purity Tin metal is widely used in manufacture of compound semiconductor, high purity alloy, superconducting material, solder and as a dopant of compound semiconductor.
• Polished tin and tin alloys are used as a protective coat for other metals. It provides a protective oxide layer to prevent oxidation.
• Tin-iron alloys are used for coating lead or zinc and steel to prevent corrosion.
• Tin-plated steel containers are widely used for food preservation.
• Tin has also sometimes been used in coinage.

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