titanic acid


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titanic acid

 (tī-tăn′ĭk, -tā′nĭk, tĭ-)
n.
A powdered white inorganic acid, Ti(OH)4, derived from an acid solution of titanates and used as a mordant.

titanic acid

n
(Elements & Compounds) any of various white substances regarded as hydrated forms of titanium dioxide, typical formulas being H4TiO4 and H2TiO3
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Noun1.titanic acid - a white weak acid that is a hydrated form of titanium dioxide
acid - any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt
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has been granted a patent for a pigment aqueous-medium dispersion being a dispersion of a pigment in an aqueous medium, wherein the pigment is a flaky titanic acid obtained by treating a layered titanate with an acid, reacting the treated layered titanate with an organic basic compound to swell or delaminate an interlaminar portion of the treated layered titanate and obtain an intermediate flaky titanic acid, and treating the intermediate flaky titanic acid with a metal alkoxide in an aqueous medium to obtain the flaky titanic acid, the flaky titanic acid having an average longer diameter of 5 to 30 pm and an average thickness of 0.