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WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements
When pure, Titanium is a shiny, white metal It has a low density, great strength, and has excellent corrosion resistance Is ductile when free of oxygen
Titanium’s atomic number is 22 It’s atomic symbol is Ti Atomic mass is 46 to 50 It’s atomic weight is 46.5 Has 22 protons and electrons Number of neutrons varies between 24 and 28
Titanium is in group and period 4 of the periodic table It’s in the d-block Electron configuration is 3d2 4s2
Titanium can be used to make rings, jet engines, and watches It’s also used to make armor plating, naval ships, and spacecraft
It is also used in Tennis rackets and bicycle components It’s often rigged in the heating exchangers of desalinization plants
Can be found in the sun, meteorites, and Earth’s crust
It’s the only element that burns in nitrogen
Late model Corvettes are available with Titanium exhausts
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