titanium dichloride

titanium dichloride

[tī′tā·nē·əm dī′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
TiCl2 A flammable, alcohol-soluble, black powder that decomposes in water, and in vacuum at 475°C, and burns in air. Also known as titanium chloride.
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Cuffe et al., "Novel titanocene anticancer drugs derived from fulvenes and titanium dichloride," Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, vol.
Since the experiments resulted in the formation of a coarser crystalline sponge, it is evident that additional reduction took place preferentially through the stage of the solution of titanium dichloride in molten magnesium dichloride.
At the first stage titanium tetrachloride is reduced to titanium dichloride, and at the second stage takes place final electrolytic reduction up to high-purity crystals.