Organotin is a substance composed of tin directly bonded to different organic groups. Typically, mono-, di- or tri-substituted organotins are used most in the apparel and footwear industries. The main uses of organotin compounds are: used as catalysts (dibutyltin, stannous octoate), stabilizers (such as dimethyltin, dioctyltin, tetraphenyltin), agricultural insecticides, fungicides (such as dibutyltin, three Butyl tin, triphenyl tin) and coatings and antifungal agents for daily necessities.

Organotin is an organic compound composed of elements such as tin and carbon, and is widely used in organic synthesis, semiconductors and coatings. Some common organotin compounds include tetrabutyltin, triphenyltin, diisopropyldiphenyltin, etc., all of which have good weather resistance, oxidation resistance and corrosion resistance. At the same time, because of their good processability and film-forming properties, they are widely used in the field of coatings for waterproofing, anticorrosion, and fire prevention.

Once organic tin enters the human body, it will mainly cause a series of liver and gallbladder system and nervous system damage