Anatase

Anatase is one of the three mineral forms of titanium dioxide, the other two being brookite and rutile. It is always found as small, isolated and sharply developed crystals, and like rutile, a more commonly occurring modification of titanium dioxide, it crystallizes in the tetragonal system; but, although the degree of symmetry is the same for bot...
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Anatase

Anatase is one of the crystalline forms of titanium oxide, and an important source of the metal titanium. Anatase has the formulae TiO2 and a relative hardness of 6. It is found in granite, gneiss, mica schist, metamorphic limestone, and dolomite. Anatase may be present as an accessory mineral in the rocks or in a quartz vein traversing it. It is u...
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anatase

one of three minerals composed of titanium dioxide (TiO2), the other two being rutile and brookite. It is found as hard, brilliant crystals of ... [1 related articles]
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Anatase

Titanium oxide, di-
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