If you are looking for high-quality products, please feel free to contact us and send an inquiry, email: email@example.com
titanates are inorganic compounds that contain a combination of titanium oxides and another metal. This combination of materials yields high dielectric constants, refractive indices, and ferroelectric properties which are responsible for the widespread application of titanates.
Barium titanate is an oxide composed of barium and titanium, which appears as white powder or transparent crystals. It is a ferroelectric ceramic material with a photorefractive effect and piezoelectric properties. It can exist in five phases: hexagonal, cubic, tetragonal, orthorhombic, and rhombohedral.
Strontium titanate is a perovskite with a ferroelectric phase transition and a high dielectric constant. It is used in capacitors, nonlinear optics, and electromechanical transducers.
Barioperovskite is a rare natural analogue of barium titanate, found as micro-inclusions in benitoite. It is a highly porous material that has excellent thermal and electrical conductivity and a high tensile strength, compared to diamond.
Tyzor® titanates and Zirconates
Tyzor(r) titanates and Zirconates are available in 3 product families; orthoester, solvent-based chelates, and water based chelates. These grades are primarily used in adhesive and sealants as cross-linking agents due to the titanium and zirconium atoms having a high affinity for hydroxyl and carboxyl functional groups on the polymers.
Adding Tyzor(r) titanates and Zrconates in pellet form can widen the window of material processing success by increasing reactive compounding shear of the polymer melt, which results in in situ organometallic Ti or Zr catalysis that improves flow, properties, and processability of unfilled and filled polymers.