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Tin (symbol: sn), found in cassiterite, is one of the earliest metals use and is a relatively scarce element. Tin (atomic number: 50) is silver-white, malleable, somewhat ductile, and has a highly crystalline structure. It is used as a protective coating or as an alloy with other metals like lead or zinc.
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