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What Is Titanium?
Titanium is a chemical element found within the periodic table with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. The transition metal is lightweight, strong, lustrous and corrosion-resistant, resisting both chlorine and sea water. (including resistance to sea water and chlorine). It features an attactive putty-grey coloration. Titanium is used in strong light-weight iron or aluminium alloys. Its most common compound, titanium dioxide, is used commonly used in white pigments in both artistic and industrial application. The white color is both pure and lightfast. Titanium occurs in numerous minerals such as rutile and ilmenite, which have a wide distribution on the Earth's crust. Titanium plays an important role in metallurgical applications, as being as strong as steel, but less than half its weight.
From diamond engagement rings to golf clubs, jewelry to sports racquets and eyeglasses, titanium is the material of the future.