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TIN (II) CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS, 99.5% pure, -4 mesh, (Stannous Chloride, Anhydrous), SnCl2
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Tin (II) chloride, anhydrous is also known as tin dichloride. Tin (II) chloride, anhydrous is white with orthorhombic crystals. The compound has a melting point of 246 degrees Celsius, a boiling point of 246 degrees Celsius, and a density of 3.90. Tin (II) chloride, anhydrous is soluble in less than its own weight of water; very soluble in hydrochloric acid (diluted or concentrated); soluble in alcohol, ethyl acetate, glacial acetic acid, and sodium hydroxide solution. Tin (II) chloride, anhydrous can be used as an intermediate or as aplating and surface treating agent.
Our products are manufactured in various purities ranging from 99% pure up to 99.9999% pure and customer specifications for a particular application or when certain analytes are problematic for a customer’s process.In addition to supplying custom manufactured material, Noah also produces material to internationally known and accepted standards like American Chemical Society (ACS), United States Pharmacopeia (USP), National Formulary (NF), Reagent Grade, Food Chemicals Codex (FCC), Military Specifications and Standards (MIL/AMS), and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).We have the capability to go from R & D laboratory quantities and scale up to full production quantities as needed.Additional technical data like Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and product specifications (as applicable) can be found on the specific product pages within this website.
Noah supplies a variety of metal compounds in common forms like acetate, boride, bromate, bromide, carbonate, chloride, chromate, fluoride, hydroxide, iodate, iodide, molybdate, nitrate, oxide, phosphate, selenite, selenide, selenite, silicate, silicide, sulfate, sulfide, titanate, tungstate, and zirconate.
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