99.999% trace metals basis
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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While many lots have passed as a colorless liquid, our specifications will also allow for a slightly yellow liquid (up to 25 APHA).
Yes, we package this product under nitrogen. This product is considered air and moisture sensitive. The MSDS recommends handling and storing titanium (IV) isopropoxide under nitrogen.
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