Origin of tin-white
Examples from the Web for tin-white
Historical Examples of tin-white
The commercial and impure metal is of a tin-white color, and may frequently be split in parallel strata.
The colour is lead-grey inclining to tin-white and often with a yellowish or iridescent tarnish.
Sometimes pyrites of a tin-white color are found mixed among the coal.
Aluminium is a tin-white metal which melts at 640° and is very light, having a density of 2.68.An Elementary Study of Chemistry