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Physical properties: Single-pigment, titanium oxide TiO2 Rutile crystal structure Rutil, ASTM I, Colour Index PW6 - 77891, refractive index of 2.73, 0.5 μm, average particle size, density 4200 kg / m3,
As pigment is in the market since 1920, although it was used in papermaking manufactures many years before. Before appearing this pigment, painters used lead white was very toxic and today its use is restricted. In its natural form it is present in countries like Norway, Finland, USA and Canada. T
(*) All dry, powder-form pigments represent a hazard in that they can be classed as nuisance dusts. It is imperative when handling dry pigments that the user wears appropriate protection. An indication is given of the relative health hazard of each pigment.
Do not inhale pigments / keep out of reach of children / read the Material Safety Data Sheet.