Tin (CAS No. ) has the atomic symbol Sn, the atomic number 50, and an atomic mass of 118.71. Tin occurs naturally as the stable isotopes 112Sn (0.97%), 114Sn (0.65%), 115Sn (0.36%), 116Sn (14.5%), 117Sn (7.7%), 118Sn (24.2%), 119Sn (8.6%), 120Sn (32.6%), 122Sn (4.6%), and 124Sn (5.8%) (de Bièvre & Barnes, 1985). The most commercially significant inorganic tin compounds include tin(II) chloride, tin(IV) chloride, tin(IV) oxide, potassium and sodium stannates, tin(II) fluoride, tin(II) difluoroborate, and tin(II) pyrophosphate. Chemical formulae, synonyms, relative molecular masses, and CAS registry numbers of the important inorganic tin compounds covered in this CICAD are listed in Table 1. Table 2 contains other inorganic tin compounds that also feature in this CICAD.
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