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Tin Rod

Available in 86 variations, T1 Thermocouple Alloy Rods are made from a combination of copper and nickel. Their alloy composition offers high thermoelectric sensitivity, making them well-suited for temperature measurement applications. These rods are commonly used in industrial processes to measure high temperatures inside furnaces, engines and other hot environments. They’re also found in scientific research to precisely track temperature changes during experiments. With our wide selection, our T1 Thermocouple Alloy Rods meet the needs of various temperature monitoring applications.
Percentage Purity: 99.75%
Production Method: Extruded
Diameter: 2mm
Length: 3000mm
Technical Name: Tin
Formula: Sn
Density: 7.3g/cm³
CAS Number: 7440-31-5
UOM Code: 662-814-03
SKU: 1000185804
Product Code: SN00-RD-000110

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Rod
Diameter =<10mm ±10%
Diameter >10mm ±5%
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Material Properties for Metals

Atomic Properties
Element Value
Atomic number 50
Crystal structure Tetragonal
Electronic structure Kr 4d¹⁰ 5s² 5p²
Valences shown 2,4
Atomic weight( amu ) 118.69
Thermal neutron absorption cross-section( Barns ) 0.63
Photo-electric work function( eV ) 4.3
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 122/ 4.6
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 124/ 5.6
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 114/ 0.7
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 120/ 32.4
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 118/ 24.3
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 112/ 1.0
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 116/ 14.7
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 115/ 0.4
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 117/ 7.7
Natural isotope distribution( Mass No./% ) 119/ 8.6
Atomic radius - Goldschmidt( nm ) 0.158
Ionisation potential( No./eV ) 2/ 14.63
Ionisation potential( No./eV ) 5/ 72.3
Ionisation potential( No./eV ) 3/ 30.5
Ionisation potential( No./eV ) 4/ 40.7
Ionisation potential( No./eV ) 1/ 7.34
Mechanical Properties
Element Value
Hardness - Mohs 1.5-1.8
Material condition Polycrystalline
Poisson's ratio 0.357
Bulk modulus( GPa ) 58.2
Tensile modulus( GPa ) 49.9
Electrical Properties
Element Value
Electrical resistivity( µOhmcm ) 12.6@20@20°C
Superconductivity critical temperature( K ) 3.722
Temperature coefficient( K⁻¹ ) 0.0046@0-100°C
Thermal emf against Pt (cold 0C - hot 100C)( mV ) 0.42
Physical Properties
Element Value
Boiling point( C ) 2270
Density( gcm⁻³ ) 7.28@20°C
Thermal Properties
Element Value
Melting point( C ) 231.9
Latent heat of evaporation( J g⁻¹ ) 2497
Latent heat of fusion( J g⁻¹ ) 59.6
Specific heat( J K⁻¹ kg⁻¹ ) 213@25°C
Thermal conductivity( W m⁻¹ K⁻¹ ) 66.8@0-100°C
Coefficient of thermal expansion( x10⁻⁶ K⁻¹ ) 23.5@0-100°C
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