Tin Sb

3rd block

history and properties

tin does not have a discovery date because they used it way back before they could ever record anything. due to the same purpose they do not know who discovered it either.


density: 5.77 g/cm-3

melting point: 232*c

boiling point: 2270*c

uses and compounds

  • coats other metals to prevent corrosion
  • it has a high polish
  • it also makes alloy tin


tin(II) chloride

tin(II) sulfide

tin(II) dioxide

periodic table

50 p-50

Sn n-69

118.71

model

tin has 4 valence electrons
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group

tin is a transition metals


  • they form colored compounds
  • they are good conductors of heat and electricity
  • they can be bent in to shape easily
  • they are less reactive than alkali metals
  • they have high melting points

reaction type

1 Zn: 1 SnCl2: 1 Sn: 1 ZnCl2

this reaction is balanced

tin(II) chloride is a single replacement

1:1:1


Redox of Tin and Zinc

bonding

tin(II) chloride

SnCl2

ionic compound

1:1:1

percent composition for Sn is 77.003

percent composition for Cl is 22.997

creative

T-tin

I-is

N-nice and shiny