stannic

adjective
stan·nic | \ ˈsta-nik \

Definition of stannic 

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

First Known Use of stannic

1790, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for stannic

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

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stannic

adjective
stan·nic | \ ˈstan-ik \

Medical Definition of stannic 

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

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