TiO2 Titanium Dioxide, titanium(IV) oxide, titania
Titanium dioxide possesses functional properties for a wide range of applications, from photocatalysts and semiconductors to oxidizing substrates.
Titanium dioxide (TiO2), more commonly known as titania, is a white crystalline substance that is used as a pigment additive, a UV adsorbent and a photocatalyst. It is also used in new, advanced electronic circuitry. Titanium oxide is a relatively hard material with moderate thermal conductivity and a very high refractive index. It can be used as a catalyst or as a catalyst carrier. Titania is photocatalytic and non-toxic.
MemPro’s titanium oxide nanofibers are available with narrow fiber diameter distributions (ave. 100 – 120 nm).
|Appearance||white, flake, fibrous|
|Thermal Conductivity||11.7 Wm-1K-1|
|Electrical Conductivity||10-14 Sm-1|
|Dielectric Strength||4.0 MVm-1|
|Fiber diameter||100 – 120 nm (ave.)|
|Fiber length||>5 µm|
|Refractive Index||2.48358 (λ=1.36 µm)|
|Other||high chemical resistance, catalytically active, insoluble in water|
Titanium dioxide nanofibers can be used in a wide variety of applications including but not limited to:
- advanced ceramic composites
- dielectric mirrors
- optical coatings
- UV adsorbent
- photocatalytic reactions
- catalyst support structures
- pigment additive
- photo-reactive paints
- super hydrophilic glass
- solar cells
For more information on our titanium dioxide nanofibers, please view the material data safety sheets and specification sheets in PDF format.
Titanium dioxide nanofibers – MSDS