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For vacuum deposition. Used as a catalyst, in putty, as a polishing powder for steel and glass, in ceramic glazes and colors. The electrical properties of tin (iv) oxide render it an excellent material for the detection of very low levels of carbon monoxide, and several devices based on sintered pellets of SnO 2 are commercially available. Dye-sensitized fully solid state cells having the structure of rough n-type semiconductor film comprising zinc and tin (IV) oxide/Ru-bipyridyl complex/p-CuI are found to generate high short-circuit photocurrents and open-circuit voltages. The preparation of hydrous tin (IV) oxide in a suitable form for use as an ion exchanger is described. a colloidal-crystal templating technique to prepare three-dimensionally ordered macroporous (3DOM) tin (iv) oxide films for use as lithium ion anodes.
K Tennakone,; V P S Perera,; I R M Kottegoda,; G R R A Kumara. Dye-sensitized solid state photovoltaic cell based on composite zinc oxide/tin (IV) oxide films. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 2004 , 32 (4)
J.D. Donaldson. Ion exchange properties of tin(IV) materials I Hydrous tin(IV) oxide and its cation exchange properties. Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry. 1968, 30 (4), 1083-1092.