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Titanium Oxychlorides

In addition to the hydroxychlorides mentioned above, several oxychlorides of titanium have been prepared in the dry way; for example, by the interaction of the tetrachloride and the dioxide, and by the action of carbon tetrachloride on TiO2, when a yellow, crystalline oxychloride results. Troost and Hautefeuille obtained a solid of the composition Ti2O3Cl2 by passing a mixture of oxygen and TiCl4 vapour through a red-hot tube, and Bourion obtained a yellow liquid, supposed to be an oxychloride, by causing chlorine and sulphur monochloride to interact with ignited TiO2.

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