- stannic acid,
- stannic chloride,
- stannic oxide,
- stannic sulfide,
- stannic sulphide
Origin of stannic
Examples from the Web for stannic
Tin in solution as stannic or stannous chloride is precipitated as metal by means of zinc.A Textbook of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.|Cornelius Beringer and John Jacob Beringer
Stannic sulphide is therefore formed by the compression of sulphur and tin.
Stannic acid has a greater tendency to form a base than has silicic acid.
It consists of tin dioxide, or stannic oxide (SnO2), and crystallizes in the tetragonal system.
By adding hydrate of potassium or an alkaline carbonate to a solution of stannic chloride.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Word Origin for stannic
"containing tin," 1790, from Modern Latin stannum, from Late Latin stannum "tin" (earlier "alloy of silver and lead"), a scribal alteration of Latin stagnum, probably from a Celtic source (cf. Irish stan "tin," Cornish and Breton sten, Welsh ystaen). The Latin word is the source of Italian stagno, French étain, Spanish estaño "tin."