titanium chloride


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titanium chloride

[tī′tā·nē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Gen 3, introduced in the 1980s and still in use, is also based on titanium chloride. It's the first with magnesium chloride support and internal electron donors--monoesters like ethyl benzoate and methyl-p-toluate--which greatly increase activity.
The various titanium chloride samples diluted with 1 M hydrochloric acid can be seen in Figure 1(c).
(2009) Catalytic activity of new binuclear titanium chloride bis(phenoxyimine) complexes in ethylene polymerization.
Accordingly, a method to alleviate such a challenge is strongly sought after."Our goal in this research effort was to demonstrate the catalytic activity of titanium oxide nanopowder," Azarmidokht Hosseinnia, a member of academic board at Materials and Energy Research Center (MERC), explained to the news service of the INIC."To fulfill the goal, titanium oxide was prepared through precipitation of titanium chloride in dilute ammonium-isopropanol solution.
(12) Glass beads were coated with a uniform titanium dioxide layer by adding titanium chloride solution.
Patent Office that all claims of the second patent application (processing aqueous titanium chloride solutions to ultrafine titanium dioxide) have been allowed.
Titanium chlorides formed within the crevice are unstable and tend to hydrolyze, forming hydrochloric acid (HCl) and titanium oxide/hydroxide corrosion products.
The high rate of formation of the lower titanium chlorides may cause a slight reduction of the quality of the magnesium dichloride melt.