|Description:||Potassium Hexafluorotitanate||Appearance:||White Powder|
|HS CODE:||2826909090||Melting Point:||780°C|
|Boiling Point:||235-237°C||Molecular Weight:||240.09|
Titanium potassium hexafluoride is a white crystal flakes or powder , soluble in
hot water, slightly insoluble in cold water and inorganic salt ,insoluble in ammonia
• Chemical formula K2TiF6 M.W. 240.09
• White crystalline or powder,dissolved in hot water and slightly in cold water and
inorganic acid polarity solvent.
• In the air heating to above 500°C, the oxidized to gradually titanium dioxide,
toxic,relative density in 3.08,melting point 780°C.
Titanium potassium hexafluoride K2TiF6 use for making the body of motor or
Hazard Category: Toxic, Irritant
ACUTE HEALTH EFFECTS
Will cause severe irritation to the mouth, mucous membranes, throat, oesophagus
and stomach. May result in difficult breathing, stomach pain and circulatory shock.
Toxic if swallowed.
Due to acid in the stomach, hydrofluoric acid will be released with systemic fluoride
poisoning likely with severe and potentially fatal hypocalcemia.
Will cause severe irritation to the eyes, with effects including: tearing, pain, and
stinging. Depending upon duration of exposure, eye damage may occur.
Will cause irritation to the skin, with effects including; redness, itchiness, and
Dusts may cause irritation to the nose, throat and respiratory system with effects
including: coughing, choking. In severe cases, inhalation may result in spasm,
inflammation and edema of the larynx and brochi, chemical pneumonitis and
pulmonary edema. Extremely destructive to tissue of the mucous membranes and
upper respiratory tract.
This product may cause severe eye irritation and depending upon duration of
exposure, some form of permanent eye damage may occur. Prolonged or repeated
skin contact may lead to dermatitis. Exposure to fluorides is associated with
fluorosis. Kidney damage, asthma and rheumatism symptoms may occur if
exposure standards are exceeded. Chronic effects include excessive calcium
precipitation by the fluoride ion in the bones, ligaments and tendons. Prolonged or
repeated skin contact will lead to necrosis (death) of the skin.
Treasury: ventilation, low-temperature and drying; store it separately from food and
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