Synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles from sprayed droplets of titanium tetrachloride by the gas-phase detonation method
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Nanostructured polycrystalline titanium dioxides are produced by gas-phase detonation and pyrohydrolysis. Titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4) is used as a precursor in the gas phase, and a premixed gas (O2 and H2) is used as a source of energy. The product is a mixture of TiO2 crystals in the rutile phase (80%) and anatase phase (20%).
Key wordsnanometer materials titanium dioxide gas-phase detonation detonation synthesis
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