Will regular leaded(or non-leaded) solder stick to actual tin
or tin foil? Does the tin have a low enough melting point that it'd melt along with the solder? Has anyone actually tried soldering copper to tin using regular solder?
(I tried googling, but everything I found seemed to be about tinning a soldering iron)
Edit: Note I was talking about the actual metal Tin. I realize that most "tin foil" is actually aluminum and you've given me some useful information about aluminum but what about actual tin?