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|CAS No:||13463-67-7||Einecs No.:||236-675-5|
|Mf:||TiO2||Product Name:||Inorganic Pigments TiO2|
|Appearance:||White Powder||Melting Point:||1830-1850℃|
|Water Soluble Content:||≤0.3%||Oil Absorption( G/100g):||≤20%|
|PH Of Aqueous Suspension:||6.0-8.0||Sieve Residue (0.045mm Sieve):||≤0.05|
|Mohs’ Scale Of Hardness:||6-6.5||Type:||White Pigment|
|Usage:||Ink Pigments,Plastic & Rubber Pigment,Coating Pigment,Ceramic Pigments||Sample:||Welcomed,For Free(within 500g)|
Compared with the anatase type, the rutile type is composed of two titanium dioxide molecules and the anatase type is composed of four titanium dioxide molecules. Therefore, the unit lattice is small and compact, so it has greater stability. Sex and relative density, thus having a higher refractive index and dielectric constant and lower thermal conductivity.
Among the three isomers of titanium dioxide, only the rutile type is the most stable, and only the rutile type can be obtained by thermal conversion. Natural brookite is converted to rutile at 650 °C or higher, and anatase can also be converted to rutile at around 915 °C.
|Product name||Titanium Dioxide powder|
|Physical form||white powder|
|melting point||1830-1850 ℃|
|Water soluble Content||≤0.3%|
|PH of aqueous suspension||6.0-8.0|
|Oil absorption (g/100g)||≤20%|
|Sieve residue (0.045mm sieve)||≤0.05|
Paper industry is the third largest user of titanium dioxide, as paper filler, mainly used in high-grade paper and thin paper. Titanium dioxide is added to the paper, which can make the paper have better whiteness, good gloss, high strength, thin and smooth, non-penetrating and light weight. Titanium dioxide used in papermaking usually uses untreated anatase titanium dioxide, which can play the role of fluorescent brightener and increase the whiteness of paper. However, laminated paper requires the use of surface treated rutile titanium dioxide to meet the requirements of light and heat resistance.
Packing and Storage:
Packing details: 25Kg/ plastic-paper bag
Storage details: No decomposition at room temperature, but should be stored in a cool and dry place. Keep away from hot, fire source, avoid direct sunlight. Recommended storage and mixing areas have good ventilation conditions to avoid inhalation. Transportation according to the general chemicals.
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