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Tin Periodic Table

Tin Metal Crystal Structure of Tin
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Periodic table of chemical elements is an arrangement of elements in the form of rows (period) and columns (Group). They are arranged with respect to their atomic numbers and similar characteristics. Tin In Periodic Table </>
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It’s an atomic symbol of Tin which helps identifying it in periodic table. Symbol
Sn
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Group number of Metals is vertical column number in periodic table. Group Number
14
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4
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Period number is a horizontal row number of Metals in periodic table. Period Number
5
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Periodic table is subdivided into 4 blocks i.e p-block, d-block, s-block and f-block. Block
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The p-block is on the right side of the periodic table and includes elements from the six columns beginning with column 13 and ending with column 18. Helium, though being in the top of group 18, is not included in the p-block.p block
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Metals belongs to the subcategory of periodic table. Different element families exist in this table. For example, Alkali metals, Transition metals, alkaline earth metals, post-transition metals, Lanthanide & Actinide series metals. Element Family
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All post transition metals are placed in group number 13, 14 and 15 of periodic table. In fact, they are located between Transition Metals and Metalloids. Post transition metals have very poor mechanical properties.Post-​Transition
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The Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) is part of the American Chemical Society and maintains a database of chemical compounds and sequences. and each element has its unique identification number known as CAS number. CAS Number
7440315
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The crystallographic or Fedorov groups, and represent a description of the symmetry of the crystal. Space Group Name
I41/amd
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The crystallographic or Fedorov groups, and represent a description of thesymmetry of the crystal. Space Group Number
141.00
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Periodic Table

Group →

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

H

2

3

La-Lu
Ac-Lr

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

B

14

C
Si
Ge

15

N
P
As
Sb

16

O
S
Se
Te

17

F
Cl
Br
I
At

18

He
Ne
Ar
Kr
Xe
Rn
Og

Tin in Periodic Table

Have you identified the position of Tin in periodic table? Well, the periodic table is a tabular arrangement of all the known chemical elements with respect to their atomic numbers, which eases the task of locating and grouping metals with similar properties & characteristics. Tin periodic table elucidates about significance of its position in the periodic table. Any metal can be easily identified and located on the periodic table, provided its group, period, block, atomic number or other periodic table facts are known.

Element family of Tin (Sn)

Metals in the periodic table are categorized into different element categories like Alkali Metals, Alkaline Earth Metals, Transition Metals, Post-Transition Metals, Lanthanides, Actinides and so on! In periodic table, it is categorized under Post Transition Metals. Element family of Tin (Sn) defines its elemental group in the periodic table. All post transition metals are placed in group number 13, 14 and 15 of periodic table. In fact, they are located between Transition Metals and Metalloids. Post transition metals have very poor mechanical properties. They have low melting and boiling point than the transition metals. List of post transition metals includes metals like Aluminum, Gallium, Indium, Thallium, Flerovium, Lead, Tin and Polonium. Along with alkali metals, you can also know more about the metals in other categories like and .

Symbol of Tin

The atomic symbol of Tin is Sn and it is used to represent this metal in the periodic table. The symbol of all the chemical elements is a special shortened name assigned to them, which varies from 1 to 3 characters. It helps in identifying the metal in the periodic table and is unique for every metal. Tin metal is placed under 5 period, and group number 14. The periodic table is subdivided into 4 rectangular blocks and this metal is placed under the p block. Toxicity and side effects of this metal are mentioned in Uses of Tin. It helps you to find the normal level of this metal present in human blood and bones, to know which metal are harmful and which aren't!