stannic chloride

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stannic chloride

[′stan·ik ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
SnCl4 A colorless, fuming liquid; soluble in cold water, alcohol, carbon disulfide, and oil of turpentine; decomposed by hot water; boils at 114°C; used as a conductive coating and a sugar bleach, and in drugs, ceramics, soaps, and blueprinting. Also known as tin chloride; tin tetrachloride.