titanium white


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titanium white

[tī′tā·nē·əm ′wīt]
(inorganic chemistry)

titanium white

A pigment consisting primarily of titanium dioxide; bright white in color; has high hiding power and good permanence.
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The presence of titanium white indicates that this was after 1920.
But the secret of titanium white is out--and indeed, has been known beyond the world of technical art history or conservation for some considerable time.
Kaolin-based compound pigment can supply a reference for the coating product as a substitute for titanium white.
Titanium white (TiO2), a pigment developed in the early 20th century, was identified.