Chemical Formula: CuSn
Catalog Number: ST0494
CAS Number: 158113-12-3
Shape: Discs, Plates, Column Targets, Step Targets, Custom-made
Copper is a chemical element originated from the Old English name coper in turn derived from the Latin ‘Cyprium aes’, meaning a metal from Cyprus. It was early used in 9000 BC and discovered by people from the Middle East. “Cu” is the canonical chemical symbol of copper. Its atomic number in the periodic table of elements is 29 with location at Period 4 and Group 11, belonging to the d-block. The relative atomic mass of copper is 63.546(3) Dalton, the number in the brackets indicating the uncertainty.
Tin, also called stannum, is a chemical element originated from the Anglo-Saxon word tin (stannum in Latin, meaning hard). It was early used in 3500 BC. “Sn” is the canonical chemical symbol of tin. Its atomic number in the periodic table of elements is 50 with location at Period 5 and Group 14, belonging to the p-block. The relative atomic mass of tin is 118.710(7) Dalton, the number in the brackets indicating the uncertainty.
|Material Type||Copper Tin|
|Color/Appearance||Metallic solid in various forms including powder, sputtering target, foil, bar, plate|
|Available Sizes||Dia.: 2.0″, 3.0″, 4.0″, 5.0″, 6.0″
Thick: 0.125″, 0.250″
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