Titanium


Titanium dioxide is a non-toxicant compound. However, several other compounds of titanium have considerable degrees of toxicity, with special relevance to the organic compounds. Titanium compounds act as catalysts in oxidation reactions in the vegetable cells, being also known that the element is essential to the formation of the soils.

Titanium tetrachloride is strongly irritant to the skin and, when inhaled, is extremely dangerous.