Discovery of Tin
Tin, atomic number 50, has a mass of 118.71 au.
Tin + copper gives bronze, and so the Bronze Age.
Tin had its earliest use in about 3500 BCE, and the oldest sample dates from 2000 BCE. It is unknown who discovered the element.
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