Tin Oxide Black
Tin oxide is an inorganic substance formed by the combination of tin and oxygen. Tin is classified as a metal in the fourteenth group of the current periodic table. Tin is also known as stannum. Tin produces two types of oxides: stannous oxide (Black) and stannic oxide (White).
Molecular Formulae- SnO
Alternative Names- Stannous Oxide, Tin (II) oxide
Country of Origin- India
BENEFITS AND APPLICATION-
- Tin oxide black is used in the production of ceramic glasses.
- It is used in the production of several colors.
- Tin oxides are used in surface polishing.
- Tin oxide black acts as a catalyst in a variety of chemical processes.
- The magnetic properties of tin oxide nanoparticles are used in magnetic data storage and magnetic resonance imaging.
- Catalysts, energy-saving coatings, and anti-static coatings all use SnO.
- It's used in solar cells, electrodes, and anti-reflective coatings.
- Tin oxide black is used in gas sensors, optoelectronic devices, and resistors.