Titanium Dioxide Powder – 602

Rutile Titanium Dioxide Powder

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Specifications

Formula TiO279.88
Purity Min. 94.0 %
Particle Size 0.3-1.0 Micron
CAS 13463-67-7
Melting Point 1830 – 1850 °C
Boiling Point 2500 – 3000 °C
Density 4.26 G/Cm³
Crystal Structure Tetr
Applications Coatings- interior architectural, industrial
Colorants
Inks
Medical
Paints
Pigments
Powder coating
MSDS Titanium-Dioxide-Powder-602-MSDS(PDF)
Titanium-Dioxide-Powder-602-MSDS(DOC)
Typical Analysis Titanium-Dioxide-Powder-602-Typical-Analysis
Form Powder

Cost Per Kilogram

1-2 KG
3-10 KG
11-25 KG
26+ KG
Background Titanium dioxide is the naturally occurring oxide of titanium. It is also called titanium(IV) oxide or titania. Titanium dioxide occurs in nature as the naturally occurring minerals rutile, anatase and brookite.
Pigment Titanium dioxide is the most commonly used white pigment. It is very bright and has a very high refractive index. This pigment is used in coatings, foods, inks, medicines, paints, papers, plastics, and toothpastes. It can be used in cosmetic and skin care products as a thickener and pigment. It is also used in tattoo pigments and styptic pencils. It is also commonly used in plastics and other applications for its UV resistant properties. It absorbs ultra violet rays, transforming them into heat. It is used in ceramic glazes, where it acts as an opacifier and seeds crystal formation.
Photocatalyst Particularly in the anatase form, titanium dioxide is an ultraviolet light photocatalyst. When spiked with nitrogen ions or doped with metal oxide, titanium dioxide is a photocatalyst under visible and UV light.
Wastewater Remediation Titanium dioxide offers potential for detoxification of wastewater due to several factors. The slow process occurs under ambient conditions, while direct UV light exposure increases the rate of the reaction. TiO2 offers great potential as an industrial technology for detoxification or remediation of wastewater due to several factors. Photocyclized intermediate product formation is avoided. Oxidation of substrates to carbon dioxide is complete. Titanium dioxide is inexpensive and has a high turnover. It can be supported on suitable reactor substrates.