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Tin = cancer?
    #593627 - 03/30/02 01:45 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Yeah i just thought i would let you all know that when tin is heated it gives off chems that are linked to cancer...so say good by to using tin of any shape of form for bowls or w/e. Also alot of other metels are bad for this also some even kill right away. I just thought i would let you all know becuase i would feel like i was commiting murder if i didn't


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Re: aluminum = alzhiemers? [Re: cyanescens]
    #593971 - 03/30/02 09:49 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

don't you mean aluminum, and alzhiemers desease?


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Re: aluminum = alzhiemers? [Re: TheShroomHermit]
    #594354 - 03/31/02 09:39 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

tin contains lead I believe, which is the real culprit


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Re: aluminum = alzhiemers? [Re: triptor]
    #594510 - 03/31/02 12:45 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

> tin contains lead I believe

You might wanna look at that periodic table again.

#50 Tin (Sn)
#82 Lead (Pb)

Solder is an alloy of tin 33% and lead 67%.

The major current use for tin is as a protective coating for steel, especially for cans used as food containers. The thin layer of tin, applied electrolytically, forms a protective oxide coating that prevents further corrosion.



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Re: aluminum = alzhiemers? [Re: Seuss]
    #594515 - 03/31/02 12:53 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Heh, tin-foil is aluminum...
I think that when two elements combine to form a compound, the resulting compound is completly different. Think of sodium and chloride, two very poisionous substances. What can be made from them? Table salt! Yet i have ingested this salt before, and suprise! I didn't die.
So what if tin contains lead, which i'm not even sure.... you're not going to have a problem... heh, unless tin is an alloy, then there might be some risk.


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Re: aluminum = alzhiemers? [Re: TheShroomHermit]
    #594643 - 03/31/02 04:21 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

The major current use for tin is as a protective coating for steel, especially for cans used as food containers. The thin layer of tin, applied electrolytically, forms a protective oxide coating that prevents further corrosion. [Chemisty, Second Edition by Steven S. Zumdahl, ISBN 0-669-16708-8, Page 843]

> unless tin is an alloy

Tin is an element, just like gold or hydrogen or neon. Tin is in the 4A group of elements along with carbon, silicon, germanium, and lead. Tin is mined from a mineral called cassiterite (SnO2) and is produced by reducing cassiterite in the presence of carbon (C) resulting in tin (Sn) and carbon dioxide (CO2).

Tin is used in several alloys including bronze, solder, and pewter.

Tin(II)Floride (stannous fluoride) is often added to toothpaste.

> Heh, tin-foil is aluminum [foil]

Tin foil and aluminum foil are not the same thing.

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