reagent type: catalyst
n20/D 1.464 (lit.)
232 °C (lit.)
14-17 °C (lit.)
0.96 g/mL at 20 °C (lit.)
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105.8 °F - Pensky-Martens closed cup
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The material will melt/freeze at 18-20 deg C, therefore the material can freeze when shipped during the winter months. It can be warmed in a water bath to about 30 deg C to change the state without harming the chemical.
This chemical is very soluble in ethanol, carbon tetrachloride, hexane, benzene, or isopropanol. Water is not recommended as a solvent because titanium (IV) isopropoxide will hydrolyze. (Precautions should be taken to make sure the solvents used do not contain any water - anhydrous grades would be recommended).
The viscosity of titanium (IV) isopropoxide is 4.5 centipoise at 25 deg C.
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