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Titanium Carbide, TiC

Titanium Carbide, TiC, is obtained in an impure state, in the form of steel-grey crystals, from cast-iron smelted from ores containing titanium. It was obtained by Moissan by heating together a mixture of 160 parts of titanic acid and 70 parts of carbon, and formed a crystalline mass resembling metallic titanium and having a density of 4.25. It does not, however, dissolve in hydrochloric acid, nor decompose steam at 700° C., but dissolves slowly in aqua regia.

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