Titanium Dioxide Micron Powder
Titanium dioxide, also called titania, (TiO2) ,is a white, opaque, naturally occurring mineral existing in a number of crystalline forms, the most important of which are rutile and anatase. TiO2 has a density of 4.23 g/cm3 and its melting point is nearly 1843℃.
Titanium dioxide powders have been used as a bleaching and opacifying agent in porcelain enamels, giving them brightness, hardness, and acid resistance. In modern times, they are used in cosmetics, such as in skin care products and sunscreen lotions, with claims that titanium dioxide protects the skin from ultraviolet radiation because of its property to absorb ultraviolet light. Besides, titanium dioxide micron powders are considered being lightweight material respectively and having very high tensile strength (even at high temperatures), high corrosion resistance, and an ability to withstand extreme temperatures and thus are used principally in aircraft, pipes for power plants, armor plating, naval ships, spacecraft, and missiles.