titanium dioxide formula is TiO2. It is made up of two atoms of oxygen and one atom of titanium which is the 9th most common element in the crust of the earth and it is present generally in plants and animals. In order to form titanium dioxide, the metal of titanium reacts naturally with oxygen. This oxide is commonly found in sands, soils, ores, indigenous, and dust.
It is also referred to as titanium(IV) oxide. The titanium dioxide colour is white, insoluble in water but sometimes the mineral forms of this solid can appear black. It is used for a variety of purposes such as in paints, food colouring, and sunscreen. Titanium dioxide properties make it usable for different industries such as food industries, cosmetic industries, etc.