On this work, the TiO2@TixCyOz nanocomposite was obtained by including a buffer gasoline to the preliminary combination of reagents by the pulsed plasma-chemical technique. Argon was used as a buffer gasoline. Pulsed plasma-chemical synthesis was realized utilizing a TEA-500 electron accelerator. The physicochemical properties of the obtained TiO2@TixCyOz nanocomposites (morphology, common particle measurement, elemental, and section composition) had been studied. It was proven that by altering the buffer gasoline focus, it was potential to manage the section composition, particle measurement, and shell thickness of TiO2@TixCyOz nanocomposites. The values of the band hole had been calculated for the synthesized TiO2@TixCyOz nanocomposites. The photocatalytic and adsorption properties of TiO2@TixCyOz nanocomposites had been studied.