HD2807 Titanium Hydride (TiH2) Powder (CAS 7704-98-5)

Catalog No. HD2807
Molecular Formula TiH2
Appearance Dark gray powder
Purity ≥98%
Synonyms Titanium dihydride, Titanium(II) hydride

Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) is a chemical compound of titanium and hydrogen, a hydride. Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) is your one-stop platform to find hydride products for sale in a variety of forms.

Related products: Lithium Aluminum Hydride, Europium (III) Hydride (EuH3), Gadolinium Hydride (GdH2-3), Holmium (III) Hydride (HoH3)


Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) Description

Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) is a chemical compound of titanium and hydrogen, a hydride. It is highly reactive and needs to be kept away from heat and strong oxidizers. Titanium Hydride is commercially available as a stable grey/black powder, which is used as an additive in the production of Alnico sintered magnets, in the sintering of powdered metals, the production of metal foam, the production of powdered titanium metal and in pyrotechnics.

Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) Specifications

Product Name

Titanium Hydride





Particle size

−100 mesh, −200 mesh, −325 mesh, −400 mesh


3.91 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)

Auto-ignition temperature

437 °F

Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) Applications

Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) is commonly used in ceramics, pyrotechnics, sports equipment, as a laboratory reagent, as a blowing agent, and as a precursor to porous titanium. When heated as a mixture with other metals in powder metallurgy, titanium hydride releases hydrogen which serves to remove carbon and oxygen, producing a strong alloy

* Titanium Hydride (TiH2) can be used in the enhancement of fracture by localized plastic deformation and brittle fracture for titanium and titanium alloy.

* Titanium Hydride (TiH2) can be used in the hydrogen evolution and hydrogen storage.

* Titanium Hydride (TiH2) can also be used in the foaming of aluminum due to its decomposition temperature closer to aluminum’s melting point.

Titanium Hydride (TiH2) (CAS 7704-98-5) SAFETY INFORMATION



Signal Word


Hazard Statements


Precautionary Statements


Hazard Classifications

Flam. Sol. 1

Storage Class Code

4.1B - Flammable solid hazardous materials



Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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EU1358 Europium Dihydride (EuH2-3) (CAS No. 70446-10-5)


EU1359 Europium (III) Hydride (EuH3)

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ZC1428 Zirconium Hydride (ZrH2) (CAS No. 7704-99-6)


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