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Tungsten(IV) oxide is used in the production of tungsten and tungstates, in alloys, in fire-proofing fabrics and as a ceramic pigment. It is used to study their chromism, photocatalysis and sensing capabilities. It is associated with rhenium trioxide particles and used for detection of protonatable, radical and precharged species under laser desorption ionization.
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