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Substance SnCl2 (stannous chloride)

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Substance SnCl2 (stannous chloride)


Detailed information on the chemical SnCl2

stannous chloride
stannous chloride

Tính chất vật lý

  • Atomic weight: 189.6160
  • Density of solid (kg/m3): 3950
  • Boiling point (°C): Rắn
  • Color: Trắng

Tính chất hoá học

  • Electron egativity: updating
  • First ionisation energy: updating

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