Wanted

Titanium

Wanted for:

Used for 3d printing.

"metal of choice" for military aircraft use.

Use for jewelry.

Made in golf clubs

Other names its known by:

Ti

Description

Shiny White when pure

Shiny,Silvery look

Metal

High Melting Point

Good flexibility and good thermal conductivity

nonmagnetic

First Arresting Officer

Rev. William Gregor caught titanium in 1791, because William was interested in minerals. He recognized the persence of a new element of a new metal in menachanite.

report of first arrest

The Element was discovered in 1791, by Rev. William Gregor, when gregor exposed the element while searching in the mineral, Menachanite. Until 1910 there was a process developed to allow the metal to be extracted by the ore.

Last seen

Titanium was last seen:

It's number 22 on the periodic table

It's grouped in the metals on the periodic table

Mostly found in Australia and South Africa.

But generally found all over the world.

Known Associates

Titanium was seen with these elements:

Chlorine

Magnesium

Sodium

Argon
and Oxygen

Warning

Titanium is a generally stable element in its pure form.

Big image

Sources

Websites:


http://titanium.com/technical-data/what-is-titanium/


http://www.livescience.com/29103-titanium.html


Book(s):


Ojeda, Oscar Riera, and Paul Warchol. Elements. Gloucester, MA: Rockport, 2003. Print.