Reaction of titanium carbide with water

  title={Reaction of titanium carbide with water},
  author={A. I. Avgustinik and G. V. Drozdetskaya and S. S. Ordan’yan},
  journal={Soviet Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics},
SummaryContrary to the generally held view that carbides of the transition metals of groups IV and V are inert with respect to water, the authors show on the example of titanium carbide that the carbides are decomposed by water, although the extent of attack is not more than 5–30 atomic layers, i. e., not more than 100–150 A.The hydrolysis of TiC proceeds according to the reaction: TiC+xH2O → CH4 + TiO2 · xH2O.Methane is the principal constituent of the gaseous hydrolysis products, and… 
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