Tin(IV) sulfate is a chemical compound composed of one atom of tin and two ions of sulfate, which is broken down into two atoms of sulfur and eight atoms of oxygen. It is represented by the chemical formula Sn(SO4)2.
Tin(IV) sulfate is used to create a solution of sulfuric acid to act as a reagent in research applications. This solution is abbreviated into the chemical formula Sn(SO4)2*H2SO4 or H2O12S3Sn. Tin(IV) sulfate has a molar mass of 310.83 grams per mole. It can also be called stannic sulfate. The sulfuric acid solution tin(IV) sulfate forms has a molar mass of 408.91 grams per mole.