The chemical formula for tin(II) nitride is Sn3N2. The chemical symbol Sn is used to represent tin, while the chemical symbol N is used to represent nitrogen.

Tin(II) oxide is compound made of one atom of tin and one atom of oxygen, as represented by the chemical formula SnO. It appears as either a blue-black solid or a red solid, depending on the production method.

The chemical formula for tin(IV) nitrate, also known as stannic nitrate, is Sn(NO3)4. It is synthesized by the reaction of 70 percent composition of nitric acid and tin.


The molecular formula for iron(II) nitride, also called ferrous nitride, is Fe3N2. The two elements in iron(II) nitride are represented by the symbol Fe for iron and the symbol N for nitrogen.

Rubidium nitride is a chemical represented by the molecular formula Rb3N. Each molecule of rubidium nitride contains three atoms of rubidium and one atom of nitrogen.

The chemical formula for aluminum nitride is AlN. The compound contains one aluminum atom that is bound to a nitrogen atom, and it was first synthesized in 1877.

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.