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. More »

The chemical formula for lead II nitrate is Pb(NO3)2 or N2O6Pb. Another name for this inorganic compound is lead dinitrate. The molecular weight of lead dinitrate is 331.21 grams per mole. More »

The formula for mercury(II) nitrate is Hg(NO3)2. The formula indicates that the compound contains one atom of mercury, shown by the symbol Hg; two atoms of nitrogen, shown by the symbol N; and six atoms of oxygen, repres... More »

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. More »

The chemical formula for Windex is NH3, which has the chemical name, ammonia. Windex is the trademark name of a glass-cleaning product owned by SC Johnson, as of 2014. More »

The molecular formula for tin (IV) phosphate is Sn3(PO4)4. According to the Royal Society of Chemistry, tin (IV) phosphate is an ionic compound with a molar mass of 736.0154 g/mol. More »

Cadmium nitrate, also known as cadmium dinitrate, is the cadmium salt of nitric acid. Its chemical formula is CdN2O6 or Cd(NO3)2, and its molar mass is 236.42 grams per mole. It also exists as a tetrahydrate, which forms... More » Science Chemistry Solutions & Mixtures