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A Project on Titantium(Ti) Michael Schiele
Specs on Ti Element Atomic Number – 22 Atomic Weight Electron Config
More Basic Info on Ti Name: Titanium Symbol: Ti Atomic Number: 22 Atomic Mass: amu Melting Point: °C ( °K, °F) Boiling Point: °C ( °K, °F) Number of Protons/Electrons: 22 Number of Neutrons: 26 Classification: Transition Metal Crystal Structure: Hexagonal 293 K: 4.54 g/cm3 Color: silverishTransition Metal Number of Energy Levels: 4 First Energy Level: 2 Second Energy Level: 8 Third Energy Level: 10 Fourth Energy Level: 2
Facts About Titanium Date of Discovery: 1791 Discoverer: William Gregor Name Origin: From the Greek word titanos (Titans) Obtained From: minerals (ilmenite, rutile) located in the earths crust. x400 optical micrograph of a TA6V titanium alloy after anodic stain etch. Analysis of the hot corrosion of such alloys.
Mining location in Australia
x400 optical micrograph of a TA6V titanium alloy after anodic stain etch. Analysis of the hot corrosion of such alloys.
More Specs on the Titanium Element
Compounds formed using Ti Fluorides TiF2 TiF3 TiF4 Chlorides TiCl2 TiCl3 TiCl4 Bromides TiBr2 TiBr3 TiBr4 Iodides TiI2 TiI3 TiI4 Hydrides TiH2 Oxides TiO TiO 2TiO 2 Ti 2 O 3Ti 2 O 3 Ti 3 O 5 Ti 3 O 5 Sulfides TiS TiS 2TiS 2 Ti 2 S 3Ti 2 S 3 Nitrides TiN
Reactions Formed with Ti Ti reacting with KClO 4 Click on picture to see reaction
Where Ti can be found Titanium is mainly mined from the earths crust and ocean floors.
Common uses for Titanium Surgical Implants Prosthetic devices Jet engines Chemical processing plants Pulp and paper industry Marine applications Sports equipment