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. More »

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. More »

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. More »

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. More »

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. 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 »

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. More »

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