- artificial hips for the elderly
- aircraft for war combat
- bulletproof armor for war
- food coloring to make foods different colors
- steel to make buildings and other important resources
Titanium can be known as...
- Titan (origin of name)
- Ti (chemical symbol)
- #22 (atomic number
IF YOU SEE ANY ELEMENT WITH THESE DESCRIPTIONS IT IS MOST LIKELY TITANIUM!
- Color: Silvery-gray
- Atomic mass: 47.867
- Atomic number: 22
- Type of Metal: Transition metal
- Appearance at room temperature: Solid
FIRST ARRESTING OFFICER
Titanium was discovered in 1791 by William Gregor, but during this time it was only found in Titanium dioxide. In 1825, Titanium was isolated by Jons Jakob Berzelius, however it was not until 1910 that Titanium was made into metal.
Titanium was last seen with the transition metals. Also Titanium is reported to be often lurking around earth's crust.
Titanium may be seen with oxygen to make titanium-dioxide
Natural source of Ti is not toxic, however Ti compounds like Titanium Tetrachloride can cause irritation to the skin and inhaling too much causes severe lung damage that could possibly lead to death.