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titanium ethylhexoxide cas 1070-10-6

Chemical Name:Titanium ethylhexoxide

CAS: 1070-10-6

Molecular Formula:C32H68O4Ti

Molecular weight:564.75

Appearance: Pale yellow transparent liquid

Titanium content: 8.4%-8.55%

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Titanium ethylhexoxide Quick Details

Chemical Name: Titanium ethylhexoxide

CAS: 1070-10-6

Molecular Formula:C32H68O4Ti

Molecular weight:564.75

Appearance: Pale yellow transparent liquid

Titanium content: 8.4%-8.55%

Titanium ethylhexoxideTypical Properties

Item Standard Results
Appearance Pale yellow transparent liquid Pale yellow transparent liquid
Titanium content 8.4%-8.55% 8.53%
Chloride(Cl) content ≤30ppm 18ppm
Color number ≤100 22
Density at 25℃ 0.933-0.936 0.935

Titanium ethylhexoxidedescription

Titanium ethylhexoxide, a reactive organic alkoxy titanate with ca. 100 % active content. Titanium ethylhexoxideis a clearcolorlesstoyellowishliquid.Whilestillahighlyreactiveorthoester,TiOTislesssensitiveto moisture than TPT andTnBT.

Titanium ethylhexoxideApplications

Reaction Catalyst : Titanium ethylhexoxideis used as a catalyst for esterification, transesterification, condensation,andadditionreactions.Typicalreactionproductsinclude,(meth)acrylicesters, polyester, plasticizer, various esters, polyurethanes, etc. The benefits of using TiOT include elimination of by-products, increased yield, easy work-up, low catalyst concentration, and low toxicity.

Coatings: Glass, metals, fillers, and pigments can be treated with TiOT to give increased surfacehardness,adhesionpromotion,scratchresistance,coloringeffects,heatandlight reflection, iridescence, and corrosionresistance.

PaintAdditive:Titanium ethylhexoxidecanbeusedasanadditiveinpaintstocross-link–OHor-COOH functionalpolymersorbinders,promoteadhesion,oractasabinderitself.

TiO2PigmentandFilms:Micro-ornano-scaleTiO2pigmentscanbeformedfromTiOT.It canalsobeusedtocreateapolymericTiO2filmonsurfacesviapyrolyticorhydrolytic(e.g.

sol-gel) processes.

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