Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) P25
CAS No.: 13463-67-7
Titanium dioxide is a molecule that possesses two atoms of oxygen and one atom of titanium. TiO2 has a number of interesting properties relating to light:
Titanium dioxide absorbs ultraviolet light, making it an important ingredient in many sunscreen products.
- TiO2 is able to use light energy to catalyze reactions with other molecules at reduced temperatures. While other photocatalytic materials exist, titanium dioxide seems to provide the best photocatalytic performance in sunlight.
- Titanium dioxide reflects all the colors in the visible light spectrum. As a result, the light reflected from TiO2 is white. However, when nanoparticles of TiO2 are used, there is a greater surface area for reflection without the white reflection. Creams and coatings made with TiO2 nanoparticles don’t have the white residue characteristic of standard TiO2 preparations.
- Titanium dioxide nanoparticles can use the energy in light to start a chemical reaction that kills bacteria on surfaces.
TiCl4 Hydroxy-oxygen Flame Hydrolysis Method
Product Name : Titanium Dioxide (TiO2)
Type : P25
Rutile:Anatase : 85:15
Diameter : 10-40nm
Typical TEM Image of ACS Material TiO2
2) Semiconductor porous membrane
3) Metal Coating
4) Ceramic Additive
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