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  • n. titanium dioxide


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  • In bulk, titania is an opaque white, a fortunate property enabling the phasing-out of toxic paints based on lead carbonate.

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  • Titanium dioxide (titania) is also the basis of artists 'interference paints aka' pearl pigments ', which involve thin films of titania on mica flakes.

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  • In the quotation which he gives, we at once detect the proper tools and cunning of the poet: fancy gives us _liquentes campos_, _titania astra_,

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  • So far, the group has successfully incorporated gold and titanium dioxide, also known as "titania." - latest science and technology news stories

  • He's coded a big part of titania and it was and is a pleasure to work with him (and the rest of the team) on this project. phpBB-fr. com - French Community International Support by onehundredandtwo » Tue Apr 27, 2010 5: 55 am

  • It uses inexpensive microscopic particles of titania (a pigment used in white paints and toothpaste) covered with ruthenium dye and a conductive electrolyte fluid, all sandwiched between glass.

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  • Nicolas Tétreault and colleagues at the University of Cambridge together with co-workers from Technische Universität München, have now put forward a new way to juxtapose a 3D photonic crystal overlayer on an underlying mesoporous titania layer. all content


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