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Titanium Trifluoride, TiF3

When titanium is dissolved in hydrofluoric acid the tetrafluoride alone results, but the Titanium Trifluoride, TiF3, is formed as an insoluble violet powder when potassium titanifluoride, K2TiF6, is ignited in a current of hydrogen, or when the same substance is reduced in solution with zinc and hydrochloric acid, or by sodium amalgam. The complex salts (NH4)2TiF5 and (NH4)3TiF6 have been obtained; and the latter appears to be isomorphous with (NH4)3CrF6, (NH4)3VF6, and (NH4),FeF6.

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