stannic

[stan-ik]
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Origin of stannic

First recorded in 1780–90; stann(um) + -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for stannic

stannic

adjective
  1. of or containing tin, esp in the tetravalent state

Word Origin for stannic

C18: from Late Latin stannum tin
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Word Origin and History for stannic
adj.

"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."

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stannic in Medicine

stannic

[stănĭk]
adj.
  1. Of, relating to, or containing tin, especially with valence 4.
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stannic in Science

stannic

[stănĭk]
  1. Containing tin, especially tin with a valence of 4. Compare stannous.
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