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TITANIUM

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  • TITANIUM
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  • 2021-11-02
  • CAS:16962-40-6
  • Min. Order: 100KG
  • Purity: 99%
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  • CAS:16962-40-6
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TITANIUM Basic information
Product Name:TITANIUM
Synonyms:Titanium, plasma standard solution, Specpure, Ti 10g/ml;Ammonium hexafluorotitanate;Ammonium Hexafluorotitanate (Metals Basis);Ammonium hexafluorotitanate(IV), (trace metal basis), 99.99%;Ammonium hexafluorotitanate(IV), min. 98%;Titanium AA Standard,1000 ppm in H2O;TITANIUM STANDARD SOLUTION;TITANIUM STANDARD
CAS:16962-40-6
MF:F6H4NTi-
MW:179.9
EINECS:241-036-9
Product Categories:halometallate salts;AA Standard SolutionsAlphabetic;Ammonium SaltsChemical Synthesis;Reference/Calibration Standards;Standard Solutions;TF - TO;Industrial/Fine Chemicals;Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry;Metal and Ceramic Science;Salts;Titanium
Mol File:16962-40-6.mol
TITANIUM Structure
TITANIUM Chemical Properties
Melting point 1660 °C(lit.)
Boiling point 3287 °C(lit.)
density 4.5 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
solubility H2O: slightly soluble(lit.)
form wire
color White
PHpH(50g/l, 25℃) : 2.0~4.0
Water Solubility Insoluble in water.
Hydrolytic Sensitivity0: forms stable aqueous solutions
CAS DataBase Reference16962-40-6(CAS DataBase Reference)
EPA Substance Registry SystemTitanate(2-), hexafluoro-, diammonium, (OC-6-11)- (16962-40-6)
Safety Information
Hazard Codes 
HS Code 28269080
ToxicityLD50 ivn-mus: 56 mg/kg CSLNX* NX#00134
MSDS Information
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TITANIUM Usage And Synthesis
Chemical Propertieswhite crystalline powder, crystals and/or chunks
HistoryDiscovered by Gregor in 1791; named by Klaproth in 1795. Impure titanium was prepared by Nilson and Pettersson in 1887; however, the pure metal (99.9%) was not made until 1910 by Hunter by heating TiCl4 with sodium in a steel bomb. Titanium is present in meteorites and in the sun. Rocks obtained during the Apollo 17 lunar mission showed presence of 12.1% TiO2. Analyses of rocks obtained during earlier Apollo missions show lower percentages. Titanium oxide bands are prominent in the spectra of M-type stars. The element is the ninth most abundant in the crust of the Earth. Titanium is almost always present in igneous rocks and in the sediments derived from them. It occurs in the minerals rutile, ilmenite, and sphene, and is present in titanates and in many iron ores. Deposits of ilmenite and rutile are found in Florida, California, Tennessee, and New York. Australia, Norway, Malaysia, India, and China are also large suppliers of titanium minerals. Titanium is present in the ash of coal, in plants, and in the human body. The metal was a laboratory curiosity until Kroll, in 1946, showed that titanium could be produced commercially by reducing titanium tetrachloride with magnesium. This method is largely used for producing the metal today. The metal can be purified by decomposing the iodide. Titanium, when pure, is a lustrous, white metal. It has a low density, good strength, is easily fabricated, and has excellent corrosion resistance. It is ductile only when it is free of oxygen. The metal burns in air and is the only element that burns in nitrogen. Titanium is resistant to dilute sulfuric and hydrochloric acid, most organic acids, moist chlorine gas, and chloride solutions. Natural titanium consists of five isotopes with atomic masses from 46 to 50. All are stable. Eighteen other unstable isotopes are known. The metal is dimorphic. The hexagonal α form changes to the cubic β form very slowly at about 880°C. The metal combines with oxygen at red heat, and with chlorine at 550°C. Titanium is important as an alloying agent with aluminum, molybdenum, manganese, iron, and other metals. Alloys of titanium are principally used for aircraft and missiles where lightweight strength and ability to withstand extremes of temperature are important. Titanium is as strong as steel, but 45% lighter. It is 60% heavier than aluminum, but twice as strong. Titanium has potential use in desalination plants for converting sea water into fresh water. The metal has excellent resistance to sea water and is used for propeller shafts, rigging, and other parts of ships exposed to salt water. A titanium anode coated with platinum has been used to provide cathodic protection from corrosion by salt water. Titanium metal is considered to be physiologically inert; however, titanium powder may be a carcinogenic hazard. When pure, titanium dioxide is relatively clear and has an extremely high index of refraction with an optical dispersion higher than diamond. It is produced artificially for use as a gemstone, but it is relatively soft. Star sapphires and rubies exhibit their asterism as a result of the presence of TiO2. Titanium dioxide is extensively used for both house paint and artist’s paint, as it is permanent and has good covering power. Titanium oxide pigment accounts for the largest use of the element. Titanium paint is an excellent reflector of infrared, and is extensively used in solar observatories where heat causes poor seeing conditions. Titanium tetrachloride is used to iridize glass. This compound fumes strongly in air and has been used to produce smoke screens. The price of titanium metal (99.9%) is about $1100/kg.
Safety ProfilePoison by intravenous route. See also FLUORIDES, AMMONIA, and TITANIUM COMPOUNDS. When heated to decomposition it emits very toxic fumes of Fand NOx,.
TITANIUM Preparation Products And Raw materials
Raw materialsPotassium hexafluorotitanate
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