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Excellent Nano Titanium Dioxide Application in Antibacterial and UV Blocking

Incredible nanotechnology can be found everywhere. Learn more about the application of nano titanium dioxide.

Not only is nano titanium dioxide strong in antibacterial and deodorizing abilities, it also has strong ultraviolet shielding capabilities. It will discolor and oxidize meat foods and cause damage to vitamins and other nutrients. This can reduce food’s nutritional content. A transparent material that contains 0.1% to 0.5% ultrafine silicon dioxide can be used as food packaging. The food won’t deteriorate for long periods of time and the food inside will be visible from the outside.

In the 70s, tanning skin was a common method of bodybuilding. However, today, many people realize the dangers of overexposure to the sun. Therefore, sunscreen products that protect skin against UV damage are rapidly developing. The nontoxic, nonirritating properties of nano titanium dioxide make it stand out. It is also stable at high temperatures and does not decompose. Japan is expected to use 1,000 tonnes per year of nano titanium dioxide in cosmetics as raw materials for lipsticks, make-up foundations and sunscreens.

The ultra-fine titan dioxide can be mixed with either an aluminum powder or mica pearlescent pigment to create different colors. These flash colors can then be seen from different angles. In the area that is illuminated, a bright yellowish spot will appear. A gloss like blue can be seen in the area where the side light shines, increasing the metallic paint’s color brightness. Because of its exceptional optical properties, nano-titanium dioxide has been a very popular automotive pigment. A car painted with nano titanium dioxide is very attractive and bright.

Nanoparticles can be used in gas sensors, humidity sensors, and other applications. Automobile exhaust sensors are possible with the use of gas sensors made from titanium dioxide. There are also nano-titanium dioxide humidity sensors that use resistance modifications. These sensors are useful for monitoring the levels of harmful substances and protecting the environment. This humidity sensor uses the same technology as the nano-titanium dioxide humidity sensor. It can detect changes in humidity and then convert these signals into an electric signal.

They are used extensively in all areas of industry and agriculture because they have good electrical insulation. Static electricity can be easily produced by general molecular material’s high resistivity. This is because their products are often subject to impact and friction. An electrostatic focus to a certain extent can cause discharge and even electrical breakdown, fire or interference to radio receivers, rendering the radar inoperable. Static electricity must be prevented and eliminated.

The accumulated static charges can be removed by grounding. You can accomplish this by adding titanium dioxide. This is why nano titanium dioxide has been widely adopted in electronics and aerospace industries.

There are two major crystalline forms of nanotitanium dioxide: Anatase, and Rutile. Anatase is less stable than rutile titanium dioxide. Rutile titanium dioxide’s hardness, density and dielectric constant are higher. Also, its hiding power, coloring power, and hardness are higher. Anatase type titanium dioxide has a higher short-wavelength reflectance than the rutile version, has a more blue hue and is less able to absorb ultraviolet radiation than rutile. Anatase can be transformed into rutile titan dioxide under certain conditions.

Use of nano titanium dioxide for lithium batteries: Nano titanium dioxide’s excellent performance in high rates and cycle stability, high charge and discharge performance, high capacity and deintercalability of Lithium are some of its strengths.

Mis-asia, Misasia advanced material Tech Co., Ltd., a company that manufactures new nanomaterials, has over 12 years of experience in chemical product research and development. We are available to help you find high-quality, new nanomaterial.

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