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Related to stannic: stannic chloride, Stannic iodide
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Synonyms for stannic

of or relating to or containing tin


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KCB, East Africa's biggest lender, Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd, Equity Bank Ltd and CFC Stannic Holdings Ltd are some of Kenya's commercial institutions in South Sudan.
In the 1950s, Turkey imported rubber and stannic products from Indonesia but there were no Turkish exports to Indonesia.
Selected and peer reviewed, 69 papers examine such topics as fabricating hierarchical stannic oxide nanocrystals and their sensing properties to volatile organic compound vapors, synthesizing surface-modified oil-soluble silica nanospheres and investigating their tribological behavior, experiments on lump iron ores as a sintering hearth layer, the water stability of asphalt mixtures, the pavement performance of basalt fiber-modified asphalt mixtures, the solid phase synthesis of novel fullerene nucleotide conjugates, the effect of argon purification on the microstructure and properties of high-strength gray cast iron, and the microstructure and mechanical properties of cold-rolled transformation-induced-plasticity (TRIP) steel sheets.
The developed plate was dried using hot air to evaporate solvents from the plate and sprayed with stannic chloride reagent.
The story focuses on a young girl, Lydia, and her struggles to defeat the tyrannical Master Chef, Stannic.
The rinse will remove excess catalyst and convert the stannous tin to stannic, with the water taking on a cloudy appearance due to the conversion of the stannous tin.