Titanium(II) sulfide

Titanium(II) sulfide

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Name = Titanium(II) sulfide
ImageFile = Titanium(II)_sulfide.jpg
ImageName = Titanium(II) sulfide
OtherNames = titanium monosulfide
Section1 = Chembox Identifiers
CASNo = 12039-07-5

Section2 = Chembox Properties
Formula = TiS
MolarMass = 79.932 g/mol
Appearance = brown crystals
Density = 3.85 g/cm³, solid
MeltingPt = 1780°C
BoilingPt =

Section3 = Chembox Structure
CrystalStruct = hexagonal

Section7 = Chembox Hazards
EUClass = not listed

Titanium(II) sulfide (TiS) is an inorganic chemical compound.

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