SOLIT™ Titania Dispersions

Glantreo’s platform technology, SOLIT™, has been developed over the last 5 years facilitating synthesis of a variety of precisely engineered and highly characterized titaniatitanium dioxide nanoparticles. Our particles are monodisperse, unagglomerated, and have well-defined sizes and morphologies. The low coefficient of variation (CV <15%) value of the SOLIT™ particles is unique amongst other products currently available on the market.


Particles are available in sizes between 150nm and 900nm, and supplied as aqueous or alcoholic suspensions in a range of concentrations (2.5-10wt%).  As well as low CV values Glantreo’s new TiO2 products offer unique properties such as high dielectric constant (95-105) and high refractive index  (2.488). In addition to these features, the uniform size and shape of Glantreo’s Titania particles enables outstanding reliability for use in: Photocatalysis, Photovoltaics, Chromatography, Self cleaning surfaces, Advanced pigments and cosmetics and High refractive index optical coatings


Glantreo has been producing quality nanomaterial for 10 years in an ISO 9001 certified operation.  Technical support is always at hand and a quick delivery of your order is assured.

Product Data and References

Typical Physical Properties

Parcticle Sizes150nm, 300nm, 500nm, 700nm, 900nm
FormatAqueous & Ethanol Dispersion
wt%2%, 5%, 10%
Pack size2ml

Product Variations

Below you will find the different Product variations in our Solit™ Dispersion. In order to make them easy to find we have added a search function. To narrow down your selection you can search within a table. If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to ‘Ask and Expert’.

Product CodeFormatParticle Size (nm)Wt%Pack Size (ml)
AD2.5NPPTiO2150RAqueous Dispersion150nm2.5%2ml
AD5NPPTiO2150RAqueous Dispersion150nm5%2ml
AD10NPPTiO2150RAqueous Dispersion150nm10%2ml
AD2.5NPPTiO2300RAqueous Dispersion300nm2.5%2ml
AD5NPPTiO2300NPRAqueous Dispersion300nm5%2ml
AD10NPPTiO2300RAqueous Dispersion300nm10%2ml
ADNPP2.5PTiO2500RAqueous Dispersion500nm2.5%2ml
AD5PNPPTiO2500NPRAqueous Dispersion500nm5%2ml
AD10NPPTiO2500RAqueous Dispersion500nm10%2ml
AD2.5NPPTiO2700NPRAqueous Dispersion700nm2.5%2ml
AD5NPPTiO2700RAqueous Dispersion700nm5%2ml
AD10NPPTiO2700RAqueous Dispersion700nm10%2ml
AD2.5NPPTiO2900RAqueous Dispersion900nm2.5%2ml
AD5.0NPPPTiO2900RAqueous Dispersion900nm5%2ml
AD10NPPTiO2900RAqueous Dispersion900nm10%2ml
ED2.5NPPPTiO2150REthanol Dispersion150nm2.5%2ml
ED5NPPPTiO2150REthanol Dispersion150nm5%2ml
ED10NPPTiO2150REthanol Dispersion150nm10%2ml
ED2.5NPPTiO2300REthanol Dispersion300nm2.5%2ml
ED5NPPTiO2300REthanol Dispersion300nm5%2ml
ED10NPPTiO2300REthanol Dispersion300nm10%2ml
ED2.5NPPTiO2500REthanol Dispersion500nm2.5%2ml
ED5NPPTiO2500REthanol Dispersion500nm5%2ml
ED10NPPTiO2500REthanol Dispersion500nm10%2ml
ED2.5NPPTiO2700REthanol Dispersion700nm2.5%2ml
ED5NPPTiO2700REthanol Dispersion700nm5%2ml
ED10NPPTiO2700REthanol Dispersion700nm10%2ml
ED2.5NPPTiO2900REthanol Dispersion900nm2.5%2ml
ED5NPPTiO2900REthanol Dispersion900nm5%2ml
ED10NPPTiO2900REthanol Dispersion900nm10%2ml

Citations using Glantreo’s materials

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Mostafa Yazdimamaghani, PhDa,b, Philip J. Moos, PhDb,c, Marina A. Dobrovolskaia, PhDd, Hamidreza Ghandehari, PhD, Genotoxicity of amorphous silica nanoparticles: Status and prospects, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine 16 (2019) 106–125

Markus Roller, In vitro genotoxicity data of nanomaterials compared to carcinogenic potency of inorganic substances after inhalational exposure, Mutation Research 727 (2011) 72–85

Margriet V.D.Z. Park a,b,⁎, Wijtske Annema a, Anna Salvati c, Anna Lesniak c, Andreas Elsaesser d, Clifford Barnes d, George McKerr d, C. Vyvyan Howard d, Iseult Lynch c, Kenneth A. Dawson c, Aldert H. Piersma a,e, Wim H. de Jong a, In vitro developmental toxicity test detects inhibition of stem cell differentiation by silica nanoparticles, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 240 (2009) 108–116

Makoto Ema∗, Norihiro Kobayashi, Masato Naya, Sosuke Hanai, Junko Nakanishi, Reproductive and developmental toxicity studies of manufactured nanomaterials, Reproductive Toxicology 30 (2010) 343–352

Clifford A. Barnes, Andreas Elsaesser, Joanna Arkusz, Anna Smok, Jadwiga Palus, Anna Lesniak, Anna Salvati, John P. Hanrahan, Wim H. de Jong, Elzbieta Dziubaltowska, Maciej St?pnik, Konrad Rydzynski, George McKerr, Iseult Lynch, Kenneth A. Dawson and C. Vyvyan Howard, Reproducible Comet Assay of Amorphous Silica Nanoparticles Detects No Genotoxicity. Nano Letters, 2008, 8 (9), pp 3069–3074. doi: 10.1021/nl801661w

Iseult Lynch, Sara Linse, C Vyvyan Howard, Maciej Stepnik, Konrad Rydzynski, John Hanrahan, Wim de Jong, Dominique Langevin, Joachim Rädler, Wolfgang Parak, Yuri Volkov, Marek Radomski, Robert Thomas, Jacob Klein, Andrew A Barron, Colin Janssen, Fiona M Lyons, Francis Quinn, Bert Swennen, Peter Cuypers, Angela Duffy and Kenneth A Dawson, NANOINTERACT: A rational approach to the interaction between nanoscale materials and living matter, Journal of Physics: Conference Series Volume 170 Number 1.doi:10.1088/1742-6596/170/1/012040

Bashir Mustafa Mohamed, Navin Kumar Verma, Adriele Prina-Mello, Yvonne Williams, Anthony M Davies, Gabor Bakos, Laragh Tormey, Connla Edwards, John Hanrahan, Anna Salvati, Iseult Lynch, Kenneth Dawson, Dermot Kelleher,and Yuri Volkov, Activation of stress-related signalling pathway in human cells upon SiO2 nanoparticles exposure as an early indicator of cytotoxicity. Journal of Nanobiotechnology. 2011;9:29. doi:10.1186/1477-3155-9-29.