The chemical formula for titanium(IV) sulphate is Ti(SO4)2. Titanic sulphate, titanium disulfate, sulfuric acid, and titanium(4+) salt are some of the other names for this compound. It could also be written as sulpher.
Titanium(IV) sulphate has one atom of titanium, which is written as Ti, two atoms of sulphur, which are written as S, and eight atoms of oxygen, which are written as O. It is a solid that looks like a green powder. It can be made by combining titanium tetrachloride, sulphur trioxide, and sulfuryl chloride in a chemical reaction. It changes into titanyl sulphate and then titanium dioxide when heated in the presence of water.