Ordinary tin is composed of nine stable isotopes; 18 unstable isotopes are also known. Ordinary tin is a silver-white metal, is malleable, somewhat ductile, and has a highly crystalline structure.
Melting point: 231.93 °C Boiling point: 2602 °C
A wire is a uniform strand of a pure metal with a diameter <2mm. Available on a spool or on a ring.