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1158 results about "Titanium tetrachloride" patented technology

Titanium tetrachloride is the inorganic compound with the formula TiCl₄. It is an important intermediate in the production of titanium metal and the pigment titanium dioxide. TiCl₄ is a volatile liquid. Upon contact with humid air, it forms spectacular opaque clouds of titanium dioxide (TiO₂) and hydrated hydrogen chloride. It is sometimes referred to as "tickle" or "tickle 4" due to the phonetic resemblance of its molecular formula (TiCl₄) to the word.

Electrothermal film and manufacturing method thereof

The invention relates to an electrothermal film and a manufacturing method thereof, belonging to the technical field of semiconductor heating. The electrothermal film is mainly prepared by adopting stannic chloride, titanium tetrachloride, stannic chloride, titanium trichloride, ferric chloride, antimony trichloride, calcium chloride, potassium chloride, cadmium chloride, stannic dioxide, stannictetroxide, hydrofluoric acid, boric acid, ethanol, isopropyl alcohol and inorganic water. By adopting the above formula, the mixture is mixed, stirred and heated to prepare into electrothermal film treating fluid, a semi-finished product of the electrothermal film is obtained by spraying the electrothermal film treating fluid at negative pressure on the electrothermal film carrier, and then silveroxide slurry is coated on the semi-finished product of the electrothermal film for baking to form a finished product of the electrothermal film. The electrothermal film has reasonable proportion andsimple manufacturing process, can be manufactured into various electrothermal film heating devices, has a working temperature capable of being up to 500 DEG C, and has wider application range. The electrothermal film of the invention also has the function of far infrared radiation, can play a role of physical therapy and health care to human body, and can help improve the quality and output of agricultural products.

Method for reclaiming valuable element through gradient chlorination of vanadium slag

The invention relates to a method for reclaiming valuable elements through gradient chlorination of vanadium slag, which belongs to the technical field of chemical industry and is used for solving the problem of efficiently reclaiming multiple metal elements in the vanadium slag. The method is characterized by comprising the steps of proportioning raw materials, fractionating vanadium tetrachloride and vanadium oxytrichloride, fractionating ferric trichloride, fractionating titanium tetrachloride, chromium trichloride and silicon tetrachloride, collecting fractionation products, processing chlorination tailings and the like. By directly adopting the vanadium slag as the raw material in the method of the invention, the highly efficient and comprehensive utilization of vanadium-titanium magnetite resources is realized in one process; the valuable elements such as iron, vanadium, chromium, silicon, titanium and the like are enriched through gradient chlorination and selective separation, and the purifying process is relatively simple; closed circulation can be realized by using chlorine in the process and has no environmental pollution; and the whole flow is disengaged from an aqueous system, thereby water resources are saved, and meanwhile, the pollution of the traditional flow to the environment is avoided. The method of the invention has the advantages of short flow, high element yield, no pollution, high benefit and the like.

Process for preparing metallic titanium and titanium master alloy

The invention relates to the non-ferrous metal metallurgy fused salt electrolysis field, a method mainly comprises the steps of: preparing titanium dioxide, titanium tetrachloride, titanium dichloride and fluotitanate as raw materials, electrolyzing one or a plurality of combinations of TiO2, TiC14 and the fluotitanate in an electrolysis bath, preparing metallic titanium or titanium-based master alloy through an electrolysis method or a thermal reduction-electrolysis combined method, performing the TiO2 and connecting direct current to deoxidize or adopting metal (or metallic compound) for heat reducing the TiO2 beforehand, preparing the metallic titanium which contains oxygen (O) with certain concentration, and then electrolyzing aluminium, alkali metal, alkaline earth, rare earth metal, metallic copper, metallic zinc or metallic lead to deoxidize finally in the electrolysis bath. The purpose of the method is to reduce the production cost of the metallic titanium, simplify the production procedures and lower the environmental pollution in the production process, especially the titanium dioxide taken as the raw materials, the production flow is shortened, the storage and the transportation are convenient, none chlorine gas takes part in the reaction, and green metallurgy of the metallic titanium can be realized.
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Perovskite solar cell and preparation method thereof

The invention belongs to the field of a solar cell, and discloses a perovskite solar cell. The perovskite solar cell sequentially comprises a transparent conductive substrate, an electron transmission layer, an interface modification layer, a modified perovskite active layer, a hole transmission layer and a positive electrode, wherein the electron transmission layer is a nanometer TiO2 particle layer, and the interface modification layer is a fullerene derivative layer. A sol-gel method is employed, high-crystallization TiO2 nanoparticles are synthesized by taking titanium tetrachloride is used as a precursor, the TiO2 nanoparticles are applied to the perovskite solar cell by employing a low-temperature annealing process, a fullerene derivative is directly spin-coated on a surface of the obtained nanometer TiO2 particle layer for modification, the defects in TiO2 and perovskite are passivated, a novel perovskite synthesis path is employed, the obtained perovskite solar cell has high efficiency and does not have hysteresis effect under a low-temperature preparation process, and the device can be used for stable transmission; and moreover, the related preparation method is simple, is low in energy consumption and is suitable for promotion and application.

Preparation method for bisphenol F

The invention discloses a synthesis method for bisphenol F, in which aluminium chloride, titanium tetrachloride and modified cation exchange resin are adopted as catalysts, and phenyl hydroxide and formaldehyde are adopted as raw materials. The invention has the technical effects as follows: the aluminium chloride, the titanium tetrachloride and the modified cation exchange resin are adopted for catalysis to synthesize the bisphenol F, and the resin catalyst is easy to separate and recover and can be used repeatedly; 2, a recrystallization and reduced pressure distillation combined separation technology is adopted for coproduction of high-purity bisphenol F and common bisphenol F products, the maximum yield of the bisphenol F reaches 90 percent, the content of 4, 4'-bisphenol F in a dimethyl benzene recrystallization product reaches 93.5 percent, reduced pressure distillation after-products are mainly other two isomers, and the separation of the 4, 4'-bisphenol F is realized effectively; 3, the requirement for the concentration of the formaldehyde raw material is not strict while the traditional one stage process require that the concentration of formaldehyde is above 40 percent; and 4, the synthesis technology is simple, the operation is convenient, and the realization of industrial production is easy.

Preparation method and application of nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide heterojunction structure

The invention relates to a preparation method and application of a nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide heterojunction structure with a visible light catalytic performance, which belongs to the technical field of photocatalysis materials. The method comprises the following steps of: a. preparing analytically pure titanic acid ester or titanium tetrachloride and analytically pure isopropanol into a mixed solution, continuously stirring, dropping the mixed solution in distilled water and stirring for 6-24h to obtain titanium oxide sol; b. mixing the titanium oxide sol with 40-80 percent by weight ofhydrazine hydrate or 60-80 percent of quadrol water solution, then carrying out ultrasonic dispersion on the mixed solution, transferring the mixed solution to an airtight and corrosion-resistant reaction kettle and preserving heat and reacting for 36-72h to obtain a solid product; and c. washing, suction filtering and drying the mixed solution for 6-12h to obtain powder of the nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide heterojunction structure. The preparation technology used by the invention is simple and low in energy consumption; and the prepared nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide heterojunction structure has high efficiency for photocatalytic degradation of organic dye.

Method for preparing titanium sponge through magnesium and chlorine recycling

The invention relates to the technical field of preparation of nonferrous metal, in particular to a method for preparing titanium sponge through magnesium and chlorine recycling. The method comprises the following steps of: crushing natural rutile or titanium-rich slag, finely grinding to -0.25mm and chlorinating to obtain rough titanium tetrachloride; removing iron from the rough titanium tetrachloride by using a distillation tower with bottom temperature of between 140 DEG C and 145 DEG C and top temperature of 137 DEG C; removing silicon through a rectification tower with bottom temperature of 140 DEG C and top temperature of between 57 DEG C and 70 DEG C; removing vanadium by using copper wires to obtain a titanium tetrachloride product with purity of more than 99 percent; proportioning refined titanium tetrachloride and metal magnesium according to a mass ratio of magnesium to titanium as (1.3:1)-(1.8:1) and reacting at the temperature of between 700 DEG C and 1,000 DEG C to obtain mixture of the titanium sponge, the magnesium chloride and the silicon tetrachloride; and distilling the mixture of the titanium sponge, the magnesium chloride and the silicon tetrachloride for 30-35 hours under the conditions of temperature of between 880 DEG C and 1,000 DEG C and final vacuum degree of less than 0.1Pa to separate the titanium sponge and the magnesium chloride.
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