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Answered 2009-11-14 03:25:34

Tin is a type of metal. Metal absorbs heat faster than plastic. Thos can be proven if u take a metal spoon and a plastic spoon into the sun. The metal one heats up faster. This is the same for everything else including pans..... hope this helped... XD


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