By: Emma Hardy
Titanium's role in biology and geology
Uses of Titanium
Description and Properties and Information.
Titanium is a white metal when pure and is silvery metallic. It has low destiny, good strength, easily fabricated and is considered to be physically inert.
Atomic Number- 22
Atomic Weight- 47.867
Color- White when pure, silvery metallic
- The element is the ninth most abundant in the earth's crust.
- Titanium is resistant to dilute sulphuric and hydrochloric acid, most organic acids, damp chlorine gas, and chloride solutions.
- Some lunar rocks contain high concentrations of the dioxide, TiO2.
- Named after the "Titans".