Titanium oxide is widely used due to its excellent properties, such as strong hiding power, strong decolorizing power, good whiteness, gloss, brightness, dispersibility, excellent hydrophilicity and lipophilicity, and strong resistance to resistance, etc. Other excellent features.
Then people will have questions, is Titanium White poisonous?
I can tell you clearly here that titanium dioxide is odorless and insoluble in white pigments. Its component is titanium dioxide. It is artificially synthesized. It is an inorganic compound and is non-toxic. The chemical properties of titanium dioxide are stable. The substance does not react, so it is still an environmentally friendly product and will not cause damage to the skin. However, due to the strong adhesion of titanium dioxide, it is not easy to wash off.
Titanium dioxide has three structures: rutile, anatase and brookite. The rutile crystal has a large density, is relatively stable, and has low optical activity. Therefore, it has good weather resistance, powder resistance and other resistances, and has a high Strong covering power and coloring power, so it has better applicability and wider range, and can be widely used by people. It is mainly used in coatings, plastics, rubber, ink, paper, chemical fiber, ceramics, daily chemicals, medical and other industries. Use outdoors.
Anatase titanium dioxide has better whiteness, but its resistance is slightly worse than rutile titanium dioxide, and it is generally used indoors.
The platy titanium dioxide is not very stable and is generally not used by people and has no value.
Although titanium dioxide is not toxic, it is still necessary to pay attention to:
1. If it enters the eyes, it may cause tears, blurred vision, and pain
2. For people with allergies, it may be dry skin
3. If inhaled into the nose, it will cause coughing
The corresponding measures are:
1. If it gets into the eyes, rinse with plenty of water
2. If there is no harm after skin contact, rinse
3. If ingested accidentally, if you have symptoms, seek medical attention as soon as possible
Therefore, titanium dioxide is not toxic and has no harm to the human body.