There is incredible nanotechnology everywhere. We will explore the amazing applications of nano titanium dioxide.
Nano titanium dioxide is not only antibacterial or deodorizing, but it has strong ultraviolet shielding properties. In order to reduce the nutritional value, ultraviolet light is able to oxidize and discolor food and damage vitamins and other nutrients. Transparent plastics containing 0.1% to 0.5% ultrafine carbon dioxide are better for food preservation than conventional plastic films.
The 1970s were a time when tanned skin was considered a good standard for bodybuilding. Nowadays, though, more people recognize that UV exposure can cause skin damage. So sunscreen products are being rapidly created to protect the skin. This non-toxic, nonirritating skin product, also known as nano titanium dioxide, stands out because it can withstand high temperatures and does not decompose at elevated temperatures. Japan could need to produce 1,000 tons per year of nano titanium oxide for its cosmetic products, including lipsticks, foundations, sunblock, and lipsticks.
If ultra-fine Titanium dioxide is mixed in with either an aluminum or mica powder pigment at a ratio of 1:1, 2:1, different flash colors can easily be observed from different directions. There is an area of yellowish light that appears, with a bright, visible area. The side-light area has a blue-colored gloss, which may enhance the shine and color intensity of automotive metallic paint. A result of the exceptional optical properties that nano-titanium dioxide has, it is highly sought after in automotive.
These are two of the most important applications for nanoparticles. In automotive exhaust sensors, titanium dioxide gas sensors were successfully employed. You can also find nano-titanium dioxide humidity sensors using resistance variations. These sensors allow people to detect toxic chemicals in the air and can protect the environment quickly. The nano-titanium humidity sensor is also capable of monitoring humidity levels and can then convert that information into an electronic signal to enable humidity to be controlled automatically.
Many polymer materials can provide excellent electrical insulation and are therefore widely used in industrial and agricultural production. The high resistance of molecular polymers makes static electricity easy to produce when the products are subject to friction and impacts. If the electrostatic concentration is excessive, it can result in discharge, electrical breakdown, or fire. Strong interference will also be caused to the radio receiver and the radar will cease to operate properly. So it is very important to avoid and remove static electricity.
Conductive polymer particles that can be mixed with polymer materials to make them conduct electricity and dissipate it can help eliminate or prevent static electricity from accumulating. This is possible by adding titanium dioxide. For this reason, nano titanium dioxide can be widely used in the aerospace and electronics industry for components and electronic appliances.
Anatase is the main form of nano-titanium dioxide. Rutile has its other crystalline counterpart. Anatase titanium dioxide has more stability and is denser. However, Rutile titanium bioxide is also stronger and denser. Anatase-type of titanium dioxide shows a higher level of reflectance for the visible short-wavelength portions than rutile. Anatase is capable of being converted to rutile titanium dioxide under some conditions.
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