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Titanic acid is a general name for a family of chemical compounds of the elements titanium, hydrogen, and oxygen, with the general formula [TiOx(OH)4-2x]n. Some simple titanic acids have been identified, such as metatitanic acid (H
3), and orthotitanic acid (H
4). Orthotitanic acid is a white salt-like powder under normal conditions.
- F.P. Dunnington (1891). "On metatitanic acid and the estimation of titanium by hidrogen peroxide". Journal of the American Chemical Society 13.
- Leonard Dobbin, Hugh Marshall (1904). Salts and their reactions: A class-book of practical chemistry. University of Edinburgh.
- Greenwood, Norman N.; Earnshaw, Alan (1997). Chemistry of the Elements (2nd ed.). Butterworth-Heinemann. ISBN 0080379419.
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