a white, amorphous, water-insoluble powder, SnO2, used chiefly in the manufacture of ceramic glazes and glass, and of polishing powders for metal, glass, and marble.
- Also called tin ash.
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How to use stannic oxide in a sentence
This will bring his result, if calculated as stannic oxide, to 80.9 lbs.
stannic oxide when ignited with chlorides is more or less completely converted into stannic chloride, which volatilises.
Ignite and weigh as stannic oxide, and add it to that previously obtained.
The residue is weighed as stannic oxide (SnO2); and is calculated to metallic tin by multiplying by 0.787.
stannic oxide is of interest, since it is the chief compound of tin found in nature.An Elementary Study of Chemistry | William McPherson