stannic oxide

(redirected from Tin dioxide)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Tin dioxide: Stannic oxide, stannic

stan·nic ox·ide

(stan'ik oks'īd),
Agent used in industrial manufacture; causes pneumoconiosis.
Synonym(s): tin oxide
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Harrison, "An ab initio study of oxygen adsorption on tin dioxide," Surface Science, vol.
Competition between Water and Oxygen Adsorption on Polycrystalline Tin Dioxide," Sensors and Actuators B, 30, 35-41 (1996).
E., "Detection of Fugitive Emissions from Valve Stems--DC Resistance Response and Gas Adsorption over Tin Dioxide Mixed with Alumina," M.A.Sc.
When the sensor is heated to a controlled temperature in the absence of oxygen, free electrons flow easily through tile grain boundaries of the tin dioxide particles.
When the sensor is exposed to a person's breath that contains alcohol, the tin dioxide surface absorbs the gas molecules and causes oxidation.
The model structures of Sn[O.sub.2]NRs were generated by cutting an Sn[O.sub.2]NS (tin dioxide nanosheets) along armchair and zigzag orientations, which are referred to as zigzag Sn[O.sub.2] nanoribbons (Z-Sn[O.sub.2]NRs) and armchair Sn[O.sub.2] nanoribbons (A-Sn[O.sub.2]NRs), as shown in Figure 1.
Fuchs et al., "Tin dioxide from first principles: quasiparticle electronic states and optical properties," Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, vol.
"In this research, nanocomposites consisted of functionalized carbon nanotubes and tin dioxide nanoparticles were synthesized through sonochemical and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) methods," Sadeq Ahmadnia Feyzabad, one of the researchers of the plan, explained.
The sprayed droplets are then directed by an air stream into an electric furnace (with temperature of 1100oC)."In the instant research work, nano and meso porous nanostructures of molybdenum oxide-doped tin dioxide have been synthesized through ultrasonic spray pyrolysis.
Then come papers on magnetic, dielectric, mechanical, and light induced relaxation phenomena, followed by a section on other relaxation phenomena such as inelastic relaxation of tin dioxide thin films and relaxation of highly non equilibrium charge carriers in crystals by low-energy electron influence, to cite two of six examples.
Egashira, "Preparation of porous tin dioxide powder by ultrasonic spray pyrolysis and their application to sensor materials," Sensors and Actuators B, vol.