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Tin, Sn, Element 50


Tin - chemical symbol Sn (latin: stannum), atomic number 50 - is a malleable, ductile, highly crystalline, silvery-white metal in the carbon group of the chemical elements.

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Current Stories and Reports

The Magic Nature of Tin
Research may provide clues to formation of heavy elements in exploding stars - [e]

Tin-100 - A Doubly Magic Nucleus
Key experiment in nuclear physics: Scientists have now succeeded in producing tin-100, a very instable yet important element for understanding the formation of heavier elements. - [e]

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Information and data about the element

Tin, Sn
Chemical and physical properties of tin. Webelements, UK - [e]

Tin, Sn
Chemical and physical properties of tin. Visual Elements, Chemsoc, UK - [e]

Tin, Sn
Chemical and physical properties; comprehensive data. Environmental Chemistry, USA - [e]

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Atom, Orbitals, Radiochemistry

Atomic Data for Tin (Sn)
Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data. NIST, USA - [e]

Isotopes of Tin
Overview, isotopic data and properties of all known nuclides of tin.

Radiochemistry of Tin
All phases of tin chemistry that could conceivably be of interest to a radiochemist. LANL, USA - Format: PDF - [e]

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Group Elements - Information

Carbon Group Chemistry
Factsheets, Understanding Chemistry - [e]

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Tin and tin compounds
Database search form for tin and tin compounds: properties, safety data, available products etc - [e, d]

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Chemical Reactions

Tin(II) compounds as synthetic control elements
... in organic synthesis. IUPAC, USA - Format: PDF - [e]

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Analysis and Determination

Analytical Methods: Organotin Compounds
NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods. NMAM, USA - Format: PDF - [e]

Tin Cations
Qualitative analysis of cations - Format: PDF - [e]

Tin Cations
Experiments in qualitative analysis of cations - Format: PDF - [e]

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Geochemistry and Biogeochemistry

Statistics and Information. USGS, USA - [e]

Tin Minerals
The Mineralogy of Tin. Webmineral - [e]

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Environmental Chemistry

Atmospheric speciation of ionic organotin, organolead and organomercury compounds
... in NE Bavaria, Germany - Format: PDF - [e]

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Toxicology and Medicinal Chemistry

ToxFAQs™ for Tin
This fact sheet answers the most frequently asked health questions about tin. ATSDR, USA - [e]

Toxicological Profile for Tin
The ATSDR toxicological profile succinctly characterizes the toxicologic and adverse health effects information for the hazardous substance described there - [e]

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Catherine Housecroft, Alan G. Sharpe

Housecroft Inorganic Chemistry

Housecroft & Sharpe´s Inorganic Chemistry is established as the leading textbook in the field and has been fully updated in this third edition. Designed as a student text, Inorganic Chemistry focuses on teaching the underlying principles of inorganic chemistry in a modern and relevant way.

Within a single text, Inorganic Chemistry provides a balanced introduction to core physical-inorganic principles and to the descriptive chemistry of the elements. Using worked examples and self-study exercises, Inorganic Chemistry reinforces the links between these two key themes. Special selected topics chapters are also included, covering inorganic kinetics and mechanism, catalysis, solid state chemistry and bioinorganic chemistry. New to this edition is a section on carbon nanotubes included in the chapter dealing with solid state chemistry.

Inorganic Chemistry has been carefully designed with teaching aids throughout to enhance learning. A stunning full-colour text design and three-dimensional illustrations bring inorganic chemistry to life. Topic boxes have been used extensively to relate the chemistry to issues in everyday life, the chemical industry, the environment and legislation, and natural resources. New to this edition are also experimental techniques boxes introducing physical methods such as diffraction methods, computational chemistry, ESR spectroscopy and HPLC.

Numerous worked examples take students through each calculation or exercise step by step. They are followed by related self-study exercises, complete with answers, to help build further confidence. New self-study exercises have been added throughout the book. End-of-chapter problems (including 'overview' problems) reinforce learning and develop subject knowledge and skills. Definitions boxes and end-of-chapter checklists provide excellent revision aids while further reading suggestions, from topical articles to recent literature papers, encourage students to explore topics in more depth.

Prentice Hall; 3 edition; 2007

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