Titanium - CAS # 7440-32-6


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CAS 7440-32-6 - Titanium

Chemical Name:  Titanium

Chemical Formula:  Ti

CAS Number:  7440-32-6

EC Number (EINECS):  231-142-3

Synonyms:  Ti;Contimet 30;C.P. Titanium;IMI 115;NCI-C04251;Oremet;T 40;Titanate;Titanium 50A;Titanium alloy;UN 1352;UN 2546;UN 2878;VT 1

Appearance:  dark grey lustrous solid

Melting Point:  1677 C

Boiling Point:  3277 C

Vapor Density:  1.6 (air = 1)

Water Solubility:  negligible

Stability:  Stable. Dust is thought to be spontaneously flammable, and may form an explosive mixture with air. Flammable solid. Incompatible with mineral acids, halogens, carbon dioxide, strong oxidizing agents.

Molecular Weight:  47.867

Alternate Names:  Titanium | TI

Department:  Metals

Related Hazardous Material Name:  Titanium powder, wetted with not less than 25% water

Emergency Response Guide Number:  170


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Related Analytes (Titanium):
Titanium (II) chloride    Titanium (IV) 2-ethylhexoxide    Nickel titanium oxide    Titanium selenide    Titanium carbide    Titanium (IV) oxide    Titanium dioxide    Titanium trifluoride    Titanium disulfate    Titanium oxysulphate   





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