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FC: Titanium tie-TAY-nee-em.

1: Atomic #: 22 Neutrons: 26 Electrons: 22 Protons:22

2: Titanium was discovered in 1791 by Reverend William Gregor in England.

3: Titanium has an atomic weight of 47.867, it's boiling point is 5949F. It has a density of 4.5g per cubic cm.

5: Titanium has 5 Isotopes Ti-46 Ti-47 Ti-48 Ti-49 Ti-50

6: Titanium has a very low vapor pressure so it has very little smell but you can just make out a slight metallic hint on milled titanium.

7: It is a silvery white/metallic non ferrous metal

9: Titanium has a density of 4.5g per cubic cm. It is a solid at room temperature, it is in Group 4 Period 4 it is classified as a metal.

10: Titanium has multiple uses, it is used in propeller shafts, airplanes, missiles, & rockets where low weight and resistance to high temperatures are important. Titanium does not react within the human body so it is used to create artificial hips & pins for setting bones and for other biological implants

12: Titanium costs $18 per pound.

13: Avisma, Russia is the largest producer of Titanium in the world.

14: Titanium is not harmful to the environment, It makes up .63%of earths crust & it is the most abundant element in the crust. Also, Titanium is present in most igneous rocks.

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