Tin is an important raw materialHerisau, )
The soft heavy metal tin belongs to the ranks of important raw materials. Around the year 1800, there were hot water bottles cast in tin, perhaps an interesting utensil even today, when the word energy crisis is ubiquitous. Pewter has been ubiquitous for millennia and there are curious stories associated with the raw material. For example, pewter buttons are said to have caused a "pewter plague" and thus were to blame for the downfall of Napoleon's army in the Russian campaign. The tin buttons on the uniforms of French soldiers are said to have crumbled in the Russian cold, causing death by frostbite. However, this is not proven.
Today, molecular tin compounds reduce the typical frictional resistance in car tires, for example. Alloys with tin are used in the production of light-emitting diodes, touch screens and solar cells. If tin is mixed into the plastic PVC, then this increases the stability. For Hippocrates, tin was the healthiest metal and in Roman times there was the profession of pewterer. In the 18th century, tin was used for the production of tableware. Today, when pewter is combined with copper, bronze is produced. Important today is the use of tin in circuit boards and as solder. When brushing your teeth in the morning, you already come into contact with tin, as it is added to toothpastes as stannous fluoride. By the way, the substance used in lead casting nowadays is no longer lead, but mostly tin. So why not take a chance on tin companies. First Tin or Tin One Resources would be suitable.
First Tin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5HXuXb8Jhg - is advancing drilling on its projects in Germany and Australia. Both projects have been inactive for 40 years.
Tin One Resources is on the tin trail in Tasmania and in New South Wales in Australia.
Current corporate information and press releases from First Tin (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/first-tin-plc/ -).
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