titanium oxide


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titanium oxide

[tī′tā·nē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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The price hike is expected to only impact its high-end products where titanium oxide is a key raw material.
Just as ozone absorbs solar radiation in Earth's atmosphere, creating an inversion layer within which temperature increases with altitude, titanium oxide may play the same role in the exotic atmospheres around hot Jupiters.
Normally, titanium oxide (which is the active ingredient in sunscreen) in the clouds of a hot Jupiter absorbs heat and radiates it out into space.
The titanium oxide gas in the upper atmosphere is carried to the colder, nighttime side of the planet by strong winds, where the low temperatures cause it condense into crystalline flakes.
And you may want to consider getting a toothpaste made without titanium oxide as well.
To avoid foods rich in titanium oxide nanoparticles you should avoid processed foods, and especially candy.
Examples include naproxen, nifedipine, danazol, griseofulvin, phenytoin, indomethacin, aluminium oxide, titanium oxide, lithium carbonate and iron phosphate.
Scientists analyzed the core, which was coated and painted, and found the strontium isotopes had bonded with titanium oxide molecules found in the paint's white pigment.
A composite material was prepared which consisted of particles of titanium oxide (Ti[O.
The nanocomposites were prepared with different concentrations of the titanium oxide nanoparticles are (0, 2, 4, 6 and 8) wt.
Also look for products containing zinc oxide or titanium oxide because they are less likely to irritate your skin.
The unique combination of a lithium titanium oxide anode and a lithium nickel manganese cobalt oxide cathode has been combined with an electrode stacking architecture to create the first stacked large-format LTO pouch cell with a 60 Ah cell capacity in the U.