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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 04  1945
Extraction of Titanium dioxide from Red Mud.
D. SwARUP, PH. D., (SHEFFIELD) & A. S. SHARMA, B. Sc., (MET.), F. G. M. S.
Pages : 75-80
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1945.10877783
Abstract
Titanium dioxide is finding increasing applications in the induStry. It has eStablished itself as a valuable pigment in the manufacture of white paints on account of its superior covering ,power, opacity, whiteness, high refractive index and resiStance to Staining by the noxious gases present in the air of manufacturing towns and drainage water. It is also an important chemical, the use of which in leather, silk, glass, ceramics and soap manufacture is rapidly increasing. Lately TiO., has been used in the metallurgical induStry in the preparation of ferro-titanium and aluminium• titanium alloys.
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