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Red Stannous Oxide

Nature volume 154, page 643 (18 November 1944) | Download Citation

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A CENTURY ago, Fremy1 and Roth2 described the preparation and properties of red forms of stannous oxide. More recently, Bury and Partington3 and Weiser and Milligan4 were unable to obtain these. The matter seemed worth investigating again in the light of a paper by Ehret and Greenstone5 on red zinc oxide.

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  1. Department of Chemistry, Queen Mary College, University of London; c/o Chemical Laboratory, University of Cambridge. Oct. 30.

    • J. R. PARTINGTON
    •  & W. MOSER

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