Ti(SO4)2 is the chemical formula for the molecule titanium(IV) sulfate. Other names for the compound include titanic sulfate, titanium disulphate, sulfuric acid and titanium(4+) salt. It may also use the spelling sulpher.
The compound titanium(IV) sulfate contains one atom of titanium, represented by the symbol Ti; two atoms of sulfur, represented by the symbol S; and eight atoms of oxygen, shown by the symbol O. It is a solid with the appearance of a green powder, and it can be manufactured with a reaction between titanium tetrachloride, sulfur trioxide and sulfuryl chloride. When heated in the presence of moisture, it becomes titanyl sulfate and then titanium dioxide.