Atomistry » Titanium » Chemical Properties » Titanium Monosulphide
Atomistry »
  Titanium »
    Chemical Properties »
      Titanium Monosulphide »

Titanium Monosulphide, TiS

Titanium Monosulphide, TiS, is formed by the reduction of the sesqui- or di-sulphide in a current of hydrogen. The reaction takes place at the softening temperature of glass; and the monosulphide is a reddish, lustrous, metallic-looking solid, resembling bismuth. It is stable in the air at ordinary temperature, but burns when heated, forming titanic oxide. It is unattacked by dilute hydrochloric and sulphuric acids, slowly oxidised by nitric acid and aqua regia, and dissolved by concentrated sulphuric acid.

Last articles

Zn in 7VD8
Zn in 7V1R
Zn in 7V1Q
Zn in 7VPF
Zn in 7T85
Zn in 7T5F
Zn in 7NF9
Zn in 7M4M
Zn in 7M4O
Zn in 7M4N
© Copyright 2008-2020 by atomistry.com
Home   |    Site Map   |    Copyright   |    Contact us   |    Privacy