Is a metal element of atomic number 22 belonging to group 4 of the periodic table and is indicated by the element symbol Ti. In 1789, Greger in England extracted a new oxide from the iron sand produced in Cornwall. In 1795, Klaproth in Germany discovered a new metal element in the rutile from Hungary and named it Titan after the name in Greek mythology. The pure metal was first separated by Hunter in 1910.
It is a bio-active material that is the most stable and harmless material. It is the only metal that can be inserted to human body safely.
StrengthStrength is twice than that of iron and six times than that of aluminum. Weight60% of stainless, iron Corrosion resistanceIt is pure titanium in vacuum, but if it is exposed to the atmosphere, it forms a multi-layer of natural oxide film due to chemical reaction, so it is immediately regenerated even if the film is damaged, so it has excellent corrosion resistance even in seawater for 100 years.
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