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Titanium Titanium is an extremely light material It is a pure substance found on the periodic table of elements Titanium is found in many products that we use everyday such as tennis racquets and paint Titanium is number 22 on the periodic table of elements It has an atomic mass of 47867 The symbol in which you can find titanium with is Ti William Gregor in England discovered titanium He discovered it in 1791 He noticed it in a mineral menachanite It was rediscovered by a German a few years later by a man named Klaproth Titanium has in fact many spellings In French it is spelled titane In Italian and Spanish it is spelled titanio In German it is spelled Titan The reason for the likeness in spellings of Spanish French and Italian is that they were both derived from Latin so the bird didnt stray far from the coup The origin of the name for titanium is from the Titans who were the sons of the goddess of Earth Titanium has many uses It is used as joint replacement parts such as hip-ball and sockets it is used for the parts on sea-ships exposed to water it is used for paint it is used for airframes and engines in aerospace products and it is used for sports products that strike something usually a ball Titanium is a solid at 298K It has five naturally occurring isotopes and they are Ti Ti Ti Ti and Ti Titaniums electronic configuration is Ar 3d 4s Titanium has many physical properties The density of titanium is 454 gcm It has an electrical resistivity of 40 10 m Titanium has a melting point of 1941K or 1668 C Titanium has a boiling point of 3560K or 3287 C Titanium combines with many materials to form compounds Hydrides which is TiH It has a formula weight of 49896 Hydrides have
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