Titanium (IV) oxide TiO2

Titanium (IV) oxide TiO2

Titanium (IV) oxide is colorless high heat crystals (a melting temperature is 1870 °C) becoming yellow when heating in air. It is insoluble in water and diluted mineral acids (except fluorhydric acid). It is found in the forms of rutile, anatase or brookite which irreversibly turn into rutile when heated above 1000 ° C.

Characteristics

#

Name

Norm

1

Mass fraction of titanium oxide (TiO2), %, not more

99,0

2

Crystal modification (by customer’s request)

rutile

anatase

3

Mass fraction of Fe, %, not more

0,01

4

Average particle size, µm

2-3