TiO2 min 89% to 92%
Leucoxene is the term to use under the ore microscope for fine grained alteration products of titanium minerals, usually found to be rutile and/or anatase on more detailed examination by X-ray diffraction.
Category: oxide minerals. Leucoxene is observed in some igneous rocks and iron ore deposits as the result of the alteration of ilmenite, perovskite or titanite. Opaque white mineral, varies in colour from yellow to brown.
Leucoxene, as a titanium ore, is mainly used for the manufacturing titanium dioxide pigments, welding electrodes, welding rod-coating and ferro alloys.