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Titanium Dioxide

 
 
Synonyms:

Titanium oxide, Anatase, Rutile, Titanium(IV) Oxide

 
CAS No: 13463-67-7                                   
EINECS No: 236-675-5                     
Formula: TiО2
 
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is the most widely used white pigment in the world.
Titanium is the 9th most abundant element in the world and titanium dioxide is the oxide of the metal, which occurs naturally in two main forms: rutile and anatase. It is then processed to remove any impurities, creating an incredibly useful, multi-purpose, white pigment.
Odorless and absorbent, titanium oxide has a high refractive index – meaning it has excellent light scattering capabilities. Ideal for inclusion in a variety of consumer and industrial products, Titanium oxide is particularly well suited to applications that need to deliver high levels of opacity, brightness and ultraviolet (UV) protection.
 
They are popular in the formulation of paints, coatings, inks, ceramics, paper and plastic production. They are used to reduce the transparency of synthetic fibers such as polyester and polyamide.
Is recommended to produce high quality solventborne and waterborne paints, primers, liners, putties, silicate paints, plaster mortars (incl. cement mortars), powder coatings for interior applications, epoxy coatings, traffic marking paints, high-solid paints, printing inks, floor coatings, linoleum, paper, paper coatings (incl. wallpaper), white cement, sealants, adhesives.
 
Titanium dioxide is used in the production of absorbent and adsorbent gases or liquids, pigments, fillers, foodstuffs and food additives, intermediates, laboratory chemicals, aerosols, semiconductors, photovoltaic agents, photosensitive agents and other photochemicals. Titanium dioxide is a catalyst and a matrix substance.
 
Packaging:< 25 kg  





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