Intermediate material for the production of titanium sponge.
Used in a wider range of fields.
Our titanium tetrachloride is manufactured through the titanium sponge production process. Our packaging containers are available in a variety of sizes to suit the transportation method.
*According to the Chromaticity Indication Method of the American Public Health Association (APHA)
|Container [liters]||Net weight [kg]|
|Boiling point||136.4℃ (1,013.25hPa)|
|Specific gravity||1.726 (15-20℃)|
|Vapor density||197.4 (oxygen = 16)|
|Vapor pressure||logP=7.64433-1947.6/T (P:mmHg, T:K)|
|Specific heat||35.7 cal/mol°C (liquid) (13-99°C)|
|Evaporation heat||8.96kcal/mol (25℃)|
|Surface tension||34.03dyn/cm (13℃)|
|Dielectric constant||2.83 (10℃), 2.79 (20℃)|
|Entropy||60.4 ± 2 cal/mol°C (25°C, liquid)
84.4 ± 1 cal/mol°C (25°C, vapor)
|Heat of formation||-198.5 ± 10 kcal/mol (°C, solid)
184.3 ± 10 kcal/mol (°C, gas)
- Reaction with water
Reacts strongly with water and hydrolyzes with a large amount of heat generation.
- Reaction with alcohol
Almost no corrosiveness to iron at room temperature. It is quite corrosive at 200°C or higher.
Corrosion by HCI formed by the reaction with moisture is significant, and moisture in pipes and containers should be carefully removed.