Titanium Oxide Nanopowder TiO2 R 
Formula TiO2
Purity 99.9%
Phase Rutile
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 60 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.25 g/cm3
True Density 4.2 g/cm3
Appearance White
CAS Number 1317-80-2
Molecular Weight 79.93

 

Description
This material is a fine white powder composed of titanium oxide particles ranging from 10nm to 30nm in diameter. Composed of high-surface-area nanocrystals or nanodots, this material exhibits unique magnetic and antibacterial properties that make it ideal for usage across a broad range of domains. Other names for this material include titanium dioxide, dioxotitanium, rutile, or flamenco nanoparticles.

Applications


1- UV-resistance. One of the primary uses of this material is for its inherent UV-resistance, making it a crucial ingredient in various coatings and materials and of value as a raw material.


2- Self-cleaning materials. Another key usage of titanium oxide nanoparticles is in the production of self-cleaning materials, such as self-cleaning glasses and ceramics.


3- Glass. Certain specialty glasses use this material in the manufacturing process as an ingredient or catalyst.


4- Inks. The optical properties of titanium oxide nanopowder makes it of value in the production of certain printing inks.


5- Cosmetics. Many cosmetics utilize titanium oxide nanoparticles for its unique antibacterial and optical properties. This includes moisturizers, beauty creams, whitening creams, vanishing creams, sunscreens, powdered make-up, skin rinses, and many other products.


6- Paper. Titanium oxide nanoparticles are specifically known for improving the opacity and impressionability of paper products.


7- Specialty coatings. Like many nanopowders, titanium oxide nanopowder is used in a host of specialized coatings, offering some degree of UV shielding, magnetic properties, etc.


8- Organic sterilization. Various organic substances degrade when exposed to titanium oxide nanoparticles, making it useful in certain decontamination efforts and in the treatment of sewage and organic chemical waste products.


9- Air filtration. Another environmental use of titanium oxide nanopowder is in the purification of air.


10- Antiseptic and antibacterial compounds. Due to its photo-catalytic properties, titanium oxide nanoparticles can serve as a key ingredient in various antibacterial and antiseptic compounds.


11- Production of alloys. Titanium oxide nanoparticles are a key raw material and catalyst in various metallurgical processes. Alloys produced using this material include carbide alloys and ferrotitanium alloys.


12- Fibers. Certain chemical fibers are produced with titanium oxide nanoparticles, as are food packing materials and other materials where the antibacterial properties of titanium oxide would be of value.