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Stannous Chloride

Formula: SnCl2
Alternate Names: Tin(II) chloride

OxideAnalysisFormula
SnO279.44%1.000
Cl20.56
Oxide Weight150.71
Formula Weight189.72
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This calculation does not have a balanced equation because the material itself does not have oxygen, this has to be taken from the kiln atmosphere during firing.

SnCl2 + O2 -> SnO2 + CL2

Weight of SnCl2 going into kiln: 189.7
Weight of SnO2 out in glaze
(O2 comes from atmosphere during firing): 150.7
2Cl lost during firing: 71
Percentage SnO2 is of original weight going in: 79.44
Remainder is LOI: 20.56


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XML for Import into INSIGHT

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <material name="Stannous Chloride" descrip="" searchkey="Tin(II) chloride" loi="0.00" casnumber=""> <oxides> <oxide symbol="SnO2" name="Tin Oxide, Stannic Oxide" status="" percent="79.440" tolerance=""/> </oxides> <volatiles> <volatile symbol="Cl" name="Chlorine Gas" percent="20.560" tolerance=""/> </volatiles> </material>


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