{"Id":9,"Category":"26e98d2b06ac11ded82892edeb5e647d","IsActive":true,"CreatedAt":"2013-03-20 12:38:31","UpdatedAt":"2013-03-20 12:38:31","SortableRank":4,"AxFaqI18ns":{"AxFaqI18n_0":{"Id":9,"Locale":"en_EN","Question":"Is titanium corrosion-resistant with acids?","Answer":"

Titanium has an excellent resistance to oxidative environments<\/strong> such as nitric acid, chromic acid and bleaching solutions.<\/p>\n\n

It is moderately resistant to reducing agents acids<\/strong> (hydrochloric and sulfuric acid) even if the corrosion of those acids could be inhibited by oxidative ions (such as Cu 2+, Fe 3+).<\/p>\n\n

Titanium is not resistant to the corrosion caused by hydrofluoric acid, fluorides ( F-<3ppm) and alkaline solutions from hydrogen peroxide.<\/p>\n\n

There is the possibility of ignition in dry chlorine (<0,5% H2O) and also in nitric acid. <\/p>\n\n

Hydrogen absorption is possible with temperature higher than 200\u00b0C.<\/p>","AxFaq":"*RECURSION*"}}}