titanium tetrachloride


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titanium tetrachloride

[tī′tā·nē·əm ¦te·trə′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
TiCl4 A colorless, toxic liquid soluble in water, fumes when exposed to moist air, boils at 136°C; used to make titanium and titanium salts, as a dye mordant and polymerization catalyst, and in smoke screens and pigments. Also known as titanic chloride.
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Expression of Interest for Supply of Titanium Tetrachloride to Panipat Refinery & Petrochemical Complex.
The rutile titanium is mixed with coke from petrochemical plants and heated to 1000[degrees]C, at which point chloride is added to generate gaseous titanium tetrachloride (Ti[Cl.
The new plant will be built adjacent to Cristal's titanium dioxide plant which will supply titanium tetrachloride in an operation that combines Cristal's on-site assets with Toyo's advanced production technology.
Titanium is recovered as sponge by the Kroll process in which titanium tetrachloride is reduced with magnesium.
To begin with in Phase 1, setting up of a Titanium Sponge and Metal Plant based on supply of Titanium Tetrachloride by KMML will be considered.
In the first one, the surface of titanium dioxide was optimized by using titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4).
5] Di(morpholine)titanium dichloride was obtained in 74% yield by reacting lithium morpholine at -78 [degrees]C in THF using titanium tetrachloride while di(morpholine)zirconium dichloride (2b) was obtained in 58% yield by reacting lithium morpholine and Zr[Cl.
A typical activator is titanium tetrachloride, and the typical oxidizer is elemental iron deposited by decomposition of carbonyl iron vapor.
At present, the industrial production of titanium sponge is concentrated in magnesium thermal production of titanium tetrachloride (Kroll method).
June 1997 - Part of Tioxide plant at Greatham shut down after leak of titanium tetrachloride
Ziegler discovered that titanium tetrachloride could catalyze stereo-specific polymerization of polyethylene.
The report, by environmental consultants Aspinwall and Company, said: "Bowes Moor was used for storage of chemical weapons mustard gas, lewisite and phosgene and the smoke agents titanium tetrachloride.