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Tin(II) chloride dihydrate

≥99.995% trace metals basis

Stannous chloride dihydrate, Stannous dichloride dihydrate
Linear Formula:
SnCl2 · 2H2O
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Quality Level


≥99.995% trace metals basis

reaction suitability

core: tin
reagent type: catalyst


652 °C (lit.)


37-38 °C (dec.) (lit.)

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Hazard Classifications

Acute Tox. 4 Inhalation - Acute Tox. 4 Oral - Aquatic Acute 1 - Aquatic Chronic 1 - Eye Dam. 1 - Met. Corr. 1 - Skin Corr. 1B - Skin Sens. 1 - STOT RE 2 Oral - STOT SE 3

Target Organs

Cardio-vascular system, Respiratory system

Storage Class Code

8B - Non-combustible, corrosive hazardous materials



Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Personal Protective Equipment

dust mask type N95 (US),Eyeshields,Gloves

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Xiang-Hui Tan et al.
Organic letters, 5(11), 1833-1835 (2003-05-24)
[reaction: see text] Under the Lewis acid catalysis offered by TiCl(3), SnCl(2) can efficiently mediate the aqueous Barbier reactions between aldehydes and allyl chloride or bromide.
Jonathan J Gridley et al.
Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), (20), 2550-2551 (2003-11-05)
Condensations between the tin(II) enolate 11 of ethyl N-tosylglycinate and conjugated ynals 12 and ynones 14 are highly diastereoselective, in favour of the anti-isomers 13 and 15; similar reactions of enals and enones 17 show lower but still useful levels
Ji A Hong et al.
ACS applied materials & interfaces, 12(2), 2417-2423 (2019-12-21)
Tin oxide (SnO2) is widely adopted as an electron transport layer in perovskite solar cells (PeSCs) because it has high electron mobility, excellent charge selective behavior owing to a large band gap of 3.76 eV, and low-temperature processibility. To achieve
Jianfei Huang et al.
ACS nano, 15(1), 1753-1763 (2021-01-14)
Continuously enhanced photoresponsivity and suppressed dark/noise current combinatorially lead to the recent development of high-detectivity organic photodetectors with broadband sensing competence. Despite the achievements, reliable photosensing enabled by organic photodetectors (OPDs) still faces challenges. Herein, we call for heed over
Sharp, S.L. et al.
Chemistry of Materials, 10, 880-880 (1998)

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