Whisker growth on beta-tin (β-Sn) is a surface relief phenomenon of creep [1–16]. It is driven by a compressive stress gradient and occurs at room temperature. Spontaneous Sn whiskers are known to grow on matte Sn finish on Cu. Today, due to the wide application of Pb-free solders on Cu conductors used in the packaging of consumer electronic products, Sn whisker growth has become a serious reliability issue because the Sn-based Pb-free solders are very rich in Sn. The matrix of most Sn-based Pb-free solders is almost pure Sn. The well-known phenomena of tin such as tin-cry, tin-pest, and tin-whisker are receiving attention again.