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 Tin

Tin is a silvery metal, somewhat ductile, with a highly crystalline structure, that is not easily oxidized in air and resists corrosion. Tin is found in many alloys and is used to coat other metals to prevent corrosion. We offer tin shots that measure 8 mesh in 1/2 Lbs bottles. 

Tin acts as a catalyst when oxygen is in solution and helps accelerate chemical attack. Tin can be highly polished and is used as a protective coat for other metals in order to prevent corrosion or other chemical action.

Tin has a very low melting point. Tin shots may be used in many different experiments related to chemistry, metallurgy, and physics.

Where can I buy Tin shots?

You may order tin shots online from MiniScience.com online store or from ChemicalStore.com. Check for price and availability.

 

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List of metals for science experiments

Metals


Electrodes Set of 11

Iron Filings
Aluminum
Aluminum Electrode (Al)
Brass
Brass Electrode (BS)
Bronze
Bronze Electrode (BZ)
Carbon
Carbon Electrode (C)
Copper Electrode
Copper Electrode (Cu)
Iron Electrode
Iron Electrode (Fe)
Lead Electrode
Lead Electrode (Pb)
Magnesium Electrode
Magnesium Electrode (Mg)
Nickel Electrode
Nickel Electrode (Ni)
Steel Electrode
Steel Electrode (SS)
Zinc Electrode
Zinc Electrode (Zn)
Bismuth
Bismuth Pellets (Bi)
Copper electrode
Cupper Plates (Cu)
Lead Rod
Lead Rod (Pb)
Lead Wire
Lead Wire (Pb)

Lead Sheet Metal

Magnesium Electrode (Mg)
Magnesium Ribbon
Magnesium Ribbon

Metal Cylinders

Metal Electrodes
Tin shots
Tin metal shots
Zinc Electrodes
Zinc Plate (Zn)
Titanium Rods
Titanium (Ti)
Iron Powder
Iron Powder
Copper Powder
Copper Powder
Nickel Balls
Nickel Pellets

Molybdenum (Mo)

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