Tin

Tin is difficult to find in the native state and has a concentration of 0,0003% in the earth's crust. It is a white metal with shiny reflections and is very malleable. This malleability increases when the metal is heated at 100° and drops abruptly at 200°. Tin is used in the food and chemical industry because of its excellent deformability properties and its high resistance to atmospheric agents. Tin is used in the composition of many alloys, especially with copper to form bronze. Todini Chemicals has been distributing Tin salts and oxides since 2000.

Tin Dichloride Dihydrate

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 10025-69-1
  • Formula SnCl2.2H2O

Tin Dichloride Dihydrateis the hydrated form of Tin dichloride. It is used in many industrial applications and it is very appreciated for its chemical stability.

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Tin Chloride Solution

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 7772-99-8
  • Formula SnCl2.2H2O

The product is a tin chloride solution containing a small percentage of hydrochloric acid.

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Potassium Stannate

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 12027-61-1
  • Formula K2Sn(OH)6

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Sodium Stannate

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 12027-70-2
  • Formula Na2SnO3.3H2O

Sodium stannate is a white crystal or a white crystalline powder; it is very soluble in water, but not soluble in ethyl alcohol and acetone. Various types of sodium stannate are available on the market, such as those chemically pure and in a technical state. Sodium stannate is fundamental in the metallurgic industry to remove arsenic and lead and in the ceramics and glass industries.

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Tin Chloride Anhydrous

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 7772-99-8
  • Formula SnCl2

Tin chloride anhydrous is prepared by the action of dry hydrogen chloride gas on tin metal.

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Tin Methanesulfonate

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 53408-94-9
  • Formula Sn(CH3SO3)2

Sn-MSA is an aqueous solution of tin and methane sulfonic acid. It comes with a tin content of 300 g/l.

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Tin Monoxide

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 21651-19-4
  • Formula SnO

Tin monoxide is a compound with the formula SnO. It is composed of tin and oxygen where tin has the oxidation state of +2. There are two forms, a stable blue-black form and a metastable red form.

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Tin Oxide

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 18282-10-5
  • Formula SnO2

Tin dioxide, also known by the systematic name tin(IV) oxide and stannic oxide in the older notation, is the inorganic compound with the formula SnO2. The mineral form of SnO2 is called cassiterite, and this is the main ore of tin. Tin oxide is the most important raw material in tin chemistry. This colourless, diamagnetic solid is amphoteric. Tin dioxide occurs naturally but is purified by reduction to the metal followed by burning tin in air.

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Tin Sulphate

Sn

  • Family Sn (Tin)
  • CAS registry number 7488-55-3
  • Formula SnSO4

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