Sn(NO3)2 is the chemical formula for tin (II) nitrate. According to EasyChem, tin (II) nitrate is an inorganic salt with a molecular mass of 242.697 g/mol.
This chemical compound is composed of one tin ion, which is ionically bound to two NO3, or nitrate ions. The tin (II) ion has a 2- charge. Nitrate is a polyatomic ion with a 1- charge. Nitrate has a trigonal planar geometry, with a central nitrogen atom and three surrounding oxygens. The nitrogen atom carries a 1+ charge, while the three oxygens carry a 2/3- charge. Nitrate carries an overall 1- charge. For tin (II) nitrate, the sum of all positive and negative charges equals zero.