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Tin

A Burmese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 40.9 liters.
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There is evidence that stannous fluoride toothpaste is effective in reducing dental biofilm and gingivitis.
Poly(L-co-D,L-lactide-co-trimethylene carbonate) (PLDLATMC) was synthetized by ring-opening bulk polymerization of the monomers, using stannous octanoate as catalyst.
Approximately 5 mCi of sodium pertechnetate in 5 mL of saline (pH [approximate equal to] 5.5) was reduced with 100 pg of stannous chloride (Sigma-Aldrich, USA) before injection.
PEG (1kDa and 4 kDa) was utilized as macroinitiator and stannous octoate was utilized as catalyst.
Fluorides: Patients can apply stannous fluoride in a 0.4% gel or sodium fluoride in a 0.5% mouth rinse or a 1.1% gel.
The PLA prepolymer was synthesized using stannous octoate as the catalyst according to reaction [17].
The pertechnetate diffuses across the RBCs membrane, where it is reduced by the stannous ions administered previously.
The key lies in its two main active components - Stannous fluoride, which stops bacteria breeding and plugs the microscopic holes that lead to sensitivity (most toothpastes contain sodium fluoride); and polyphosphate, which whitens teeth.
The range includes shoes and sandals for kids in attractive designs and colors which are made after going through stannous quality check process.
On the other hand, to accelerate the action of a resol curing resin, a halogen donor like polychloroprene or hydrated stannous chloride can be added to the rubber formulation.
Soluble phosphate was extracted with distilled water and reacted with ammonium molybdate and stannous chloride to form the brightly blue-colored heteropoly-molybdenum blue which was analyzed spectrophotometrically at 650 nm.