Titanium Dioxide (Titanium Oxide)

Definition - What does Titanium Dioxide (Titanium Oxide) mean?

Titanium dioxide (titanium oxide) is a naturally occurring white chemical substance formed by the reaction of oxygen and titanium. Titanium dioxide has the chemical formula TiO2. It provides a high level of corrosion resistance on titanium surfaces due to the ease of passivation in oxidized environments where it forms a protective oxide film.

Corrosionpedia explains Titanium Dioxide (Titanium Oxide)

Titanium dioxide is used to produce coatings for corrosion prevention often in combination with anodic coatings due to variances in electrochemical parameters.

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