Titanium, The Exotic Element By: Cam and Fran

Titanium is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. It is a lustrous transition metal with a silver color, low density and high strength. It is highly resistant to corrosion in sea water, aqua regalia, and chlorine. Titanium is also a very a durable element.

Titanium is used in: Belly Button Rings, Aircraft Armor, Hockey Nets,

Real life uses for Titanium:

The structure of Titanium is a hexagonal crystal structure that is closely packed together.

Titanium is the ninth most potent element in the earths crust, therefore titanium is not man made.
Titanium is orbiting the earth on the International Space Station.

Titanium has a radioactive isotope, Titanium -44. Titanium has 18 isotopes but only 5 of those are stable.

Titanium's melting point is 3,034.3 degrees.

When titanium melts it expands

Titanium's boiling point is 5,948.6 degrees

Titanium is opaque, you can not see through it and it does not let any light through.

This is the guy that discovered Titanium in 1791.

Titanium is a very poor conductor of electricity and heat, that's why it is not used in electrical circuits.

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