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Brookite | mineral | Britannica.com

Anatase, one of three minerals composed of titanium dioxide (TiO 2), the other two being rutile and brookite. It is found as hard, brilliant crystals of tetragonal symmetry and various colours in veins in igneous and metamorphic rocks and commonly in placer deposits of detritus. Notable vein deposits …

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Note on the occurrence of anatase in some fireclay ...

yielded anatase, which may be said to be the characteristic form which titanium oxide possesses in the bauxitic clays.' This is the only clear statement we have found in the literature that anatase rather than rutile is the normal form in which titania exists in fireclay deposits.

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Exposure Data - Carbon Black, Titanium Dioxide, and Talc ...

Titanium dioxide pigments are manufactured from a variety of ores that contain ilmenite (FeTiO 3), rutile, anatase and leucoxene (TiO 2.xFeO.yH 2 O), which are mined from deposits located throughout the world. Titanium may also be recovered from slag produced during iron smelting and from synthetic rutile produced from ilmenite.

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Anatase and Rutile Determination in Kaolinite Deposits

Anatase and Rutile Determination in Kaolinite Deposits. Hexafluorotitanic acid (H2TiF6) selectively dissolves kaolinite and most other phyllosilicate minerals of soils and sediments, concentrating free crystalline (Ti,Fe)O2 minerals (partially substituted anatase and rutile) in the residue.

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Note on the occurrence of anatase in some fireclay ...

yielded anatase, which may be said to be the characteristic form which titanium oxide possesses in the bauxitic clays.' This is the only clear statement we have found in the literature that anatase rather than rutile is the normal form in which titania exists in fireclay deposits.

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Anatase - CAMEO

Anatase, rutile and brookite are three naturally occurring isomorphic forms of titanium dioxide. Anatase forms translucent or transparent crystals (octahedrite) varying in color from black to reddish brown, yellowish brown, dark blue or gray. Deposits have been found in the Alps, Brazil, and the Ural Mountains; it is also formed by the ...

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Unconventional rutile deposits in the Quebec Appalachians ...

The Daixian rutile deposit is located in the Hengshan Mountains in the Trans-North China Orogen; it is considered to be one of the largest rutile deposits in China, with 6 million metric tons (Mt ...

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Mineralogical characteristics of anatase,rutile and ...

The Yangtizishan-Moshishan metamorphosed sedimentary titanium ore deposit,discovered and explored by the authors in recent years,is of an anatase-predominated new-genetic type.Chemical composition of anatase shows obviously lower contents of FeO than that of rutile.The anatase has main X-ray spectral lines of 3.518(100),2.377(14),and 1.667(11),and cell parameters a(?)=3.786 and c(?)=9.513 ...

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Titanium Statistics and Information

Titanium occurs primarily in the minerals anatase, brookite, ilmenite, leucoxene, perovskite, rutile, and sphene. Of these minerals, only ilmenite, leucoxene, and rutile have significant economic importance. As a metal, titanium is well known for corrosion resistance and for its high strength-to-weight ratio.

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Anatase, Brookite, and Rutile Nanocrystals via Redox ...

Anatase, rutile, and especially brookite nanocrystals have been selectively synthesized in this work via a redox route under mild hydrothermal conditions (180 °C, 3 h), employing trichloride as the titanium source and ammonium peroxodisulfate (APS), hydrogen peroxide, nitric acid, or perchloric acid as the oxidant.

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Recovery of Rutile Titanium Dioxide

Although 93 percent of the rutile used in this country is imported, there are porphyry copper deposits in the Western United States that constitute a very large potential rutile resource. Rutile is used to manufacture titanium pigment, an ingredient used in surface coatings.

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Titanium - USGS

Most rutile and nearly one-half of the ilmenite produced are from heavy-mineral alluvial, fluvial, and eolian deposits. Titanium-bearing minerals occur in diverse geologic settings, but many of the known deposits are currently subeconomic for titanium because of complications related to the mineralogy or because of the presence of trace ...

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Appendix E: Types of Titanium Ore Deposits | Titanium ...

Read chapter Appendix E: Types of Titanium Ore Deposits: Titanium: Past, Present, and Future... Login Register Cart Help. Titanium: Past, Present, and Future (1983) ... Rut lie and Anatase Commercial occurrences of rutile (and of its not yet commercialized, slightly softer and lighter sister oxide, anatase) are mostly in beach sand deposits in ...

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Brookite - Assignment Point

This is the same hardness as anatase and a little less than that of rutile (6 to 6½). The specific gravity is 4.08 to 4.18, between that of anatase at 3.9 and rutile at 4.2. In low temperature alpine Quartz veins and cavities in metamorphosed schists and gneiss, in hydrothermal vein deposits, and in placer deposits. Uses of Brookite

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UNCONVENTIONAL RUTILE DEPOSITS IN THE QUEBEC …

Unconventional rutile deposits occur in heavy mineral paleoplacers of the Pinnacle Formation in the Humber zone of the Quebec Appalachians. Detrital hemo-ilmenite represents 65 percent of the heavy mineral assemblage and is the main titanium mineral. Detrital rutile is also present in trace amounts.

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Dissolution Kinetics and Leaching of Rutile Ore in ...

Rutile is a mineral composed of titanium dioxide, TiO2 and one of three distinct titanium dioxide polymorphs: ruble, anatase and brookite. Natural rutile may contain up to 10% iron and significant amount of niobium and tantalum [1]. It has among the highest refractive indices of any known mineral and also exhibits high dispersion.

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Simple synthesis of anatase/rutile/brookite TiO2 ...

In the present study, the preparation and thorough characterization of anatase/rutile/brookite nanocomposite is highlighted. The coexisting mixture of anatase/rutile/brookite phases was prepared using a simple ultrasound assisted sol–gel procedure with a subsequent hydrothermal treatment.

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Anatase and rutile TiO2 films deposited by arc-free deep ...

 · For the rutile–anatase mixture phase films, e.g. the T3 film, the refractive index is observed to have a value of 2.23 ± 0.03, which is similar to the values measured by Suhail et al and Wang et al . In contrast, the rutile T5 film deposited by DOMS exhibits the highest refractive index of …

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Anatase - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

O. Sarapää, ... T. Al-Ani, in Mineral Deposits of Finland, 2015. Titanium Deposits. The major titanium minerals are anatase, brookite, ilmenite, leucoxene, perovskite, rutile, and sphene, but only ilmenite, leucoxene, and rutile have economic importance (USGS, 2013).Titanium is a light metal compared to iron, has a high strength-to-weight ratio, and high corrosion resistance.

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International strategic minerals inventory summary report ...

Ilmenite and rutile are currently the most important titanium-bearing minerals, although anatase may be important in the future. Both ilmenite and rutile occur in hard-rock and placer deposits, but at present all rutile production and about half of the ilmenite production are from placer deposits. Anatase occurs in laterite deposits in Brazil, which at present are largely undeveloped.

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Anatase - Wikipedia

Anatase is a mineral form of titanium dioxide (TiO 2).The mineral is almost always encountered as a black solid, although the pure material is colorless or white. Two other mineral forms of TiO 2 are known, brookite and rutile.. Anatase is always found as small, isolated and sharply developed crystals, and like rutile (a more commonly occurring modification of titanium dioxide), it ...

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Information card for entry 7206075

Information card for entry 7206075. 7206074 << 7206075 >> 7206076. Preview. Display in Jmol ... Calculated formula: O2 Ti: Title of publication: The role of brookite in mechanical activation of anatase-to-rutile transformation of nanocrystalline TiO2: An XRD and Raman spectroscopy investigation: Authors of publication ... ../uploads/cif-deposit ...

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Anatase and rutile TiO2 films deposited by arc-free deep ...

Anatase and rutile TiO 2 films deposited by arc-free deep oscillation magnetron sputtering This article has been downloaded from IOPscience. Please scroll down to see the full text article.

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Rutile - CAMEO

The anatase form of titanium dioxide was a common white pigment in the early 20th century; however, anatase will transform to rutile on heating, and despite efforts to control this during the calcination step of pigment production, some early anatase pigments may have contained up to 20% of coarse, gritty rutile.

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Anatase - CAMEO

Anatase, rutile and brookite are three naturally occurring isomorphic forms of titanium dioxide. Anatase forms translucent or transparent crystals (octahedrite) varying in color from black to reddish brown, yellowish brown, dark blue or gray. Deposits have been found in the Alps, Brazil, and the Ural Mountains; it is also formed by the ...

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In situ characterization of the deposition of anatase TiO2 ...

The O K-edge fluorescence yield spectrum is clearly rutile with three distinct peaks around 540, 543, and 546 eV; this result matches the rutile phase seen in the Ti L-edge spectrum. These rutile peaks are also present in the partial and total yield spectra, but they are less distinct.

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Anatase and Rutile Determination in Kaolinite Deposits

Anatase and Rutile Determination in Kaolinite Deposits. Hexafluorotitanic acid (H2TiF6) selectively dissolves kaolinite and most other phyllosilicate minerals of soils and sediments, concentrating free crystalline (Ti,Fe)O2 minerals (partially substituted anatase and rutile) in the residue.

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Rutile mineral

Rutile is the mineral name for natural crystals of titanium dioxide. It is a very hard (6-6.5 Moh) and heavy titanium mineral mined in Australia, Africa, Norway, Canada, and in Florida and NY in USA. With the many companies processing it and the numerous sources it is not unexpected that stocks at ceramic suppliers can be variable.

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In situ characterization of the deposition of anatase TiO2 ...

polymers20 to selectively deposit additional TiO 2 on a sub-strate. Mixed anatase/rutile TiO 2 materials and the interface between the two phases have shown enhanced photocatalytic behavior over one phase alone.2 Understanding conditions for homoepitaxial and …

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Quantitative analysis of anatase in Georgia kaolins using ...

quantify anatase in kaolins down to a limit of about 0.5 wt.%. Schroeder and Shiflet (2000) verified their estimate by using XRD to discriminate anatase from non-anatase TiO 2 in an east Georgia kaolin. Schroeder and Shiflet (2000) also indicated that rutile and …

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