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stannic

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adjective stan·nic \ˈsta-nik\

Definition of stannic

  1. :  of, relating to, or containing tin especially with a valence of four



Origin and Etymology of stannic

probably from French stannique, from Late Latin stannum tin, from Latin stagnum, an alloy of silver and lead


First Known Use: 1790


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stannic

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adjective stan·nic \ˈstan-ik\

Medical Definition of stannic

  1. :  of, relating to, or containing tin especially with a valence of four




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